A former U.S. Bank broker was suspended last week for four months and fined $7,500 for allegedly engaging in an outside business venture aimed at facilitating the sale of Iraqi dinar currency, according to his settlement with FINRA.
The regulator claimed that Darrell Pope, an advisor with U.S. Bancorp Investments in Louisville, Kentucky, attempted to secure a buyer for 10 sellers of the currency in anticipation of a finder's fee.
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