A former J.P. Morgan rep was suspended from the industry this week for allegedly failing to disclose her business involvement with a kitchen-cabinet installation company in Florida.

Cinthia Elizabeth Marquez served the company as corporate secretary and director, a no-no given that her business relationship had not been approved by J.P. Morgan Chase Bank as required by industry rules, FINRA said in a filing.

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