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HomeWealth ManagementEx-advisor banned after borrowing from purchasers to pay mortgage

Ex-advisor banned after borrowing from purchasers to pay mortgage


A former department supervisor with PFSL Investments Canada has been prohibited from ever holding the same place of accountability and given a seven-year ban by the MFDA after borrowing virtually $178,000 from purchasers to pay his mortgage and different money owed.

Richard Verm Boker, who’s now not concerned within the securities business in any capability, was additionally fined $22,000 and should pay prices of $5,000. He admitted he had engaged in private monetary dealings with purchasers that gave rise to conflicts or potential conflicts of curiosity that he didn’t speak in confidence to his agency.

An MFDA listening to heard how, between 2010 and 2018, he borrowed $177,908 from 12 purchasers, the most important being a mortgage of greater than $35,000. For 2 purchasers, he signed promissory notes, which weren’t repaid in full by acknowledged deadlines, whereas for the opposite 10, the loans had been based mostly on verbal agreements. 

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