Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating former Wells Fargo broker Philip Earl Brunson, who has been accused by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) of converting customer funds. He also failed to provide FINRA with information in regards to his investigation. He entered into a Letter of Acceptance Waiver and Consent, and was subsequently barred from the securities industry.
Mr. Brunson worked for PNC Investments in Decatur, Illinois as a stockbroker and they discharged him because he “admitted to violating policy at his former firm by accepting cash gifts from his clients. Before PNC, he was employed as an investment advisor at Wells Fargo in Champaign, Illinois. A former client accused him of misappropriating funds from an investment account on January 16, 2013. The complaint was settled for $43,000. Mr. Brunson has also worked for Proactive Financial Services in Pleasantville, New York and A.G. Edwards & Sons in Champaign, Illinois. He has one customer dispute against him and was barred permanently from the industry.
If you would like to bring investment claims against Philip Earl Brunson, please contact our law offices at 312–332–4200 to speak to an attorney. We concentrate on suing brokerage firms such as Wells Fargo for failure to supervise their employees. The call is free with no obligation.