A former HSBC broker was suspended from the industry for seven months and fined $5,000 for allegedly falsifying personal documents as accommodations for HSBC bank customers.
Daniel Liang purportedly changed the title of customers' bank accounts and altered bills and statements to make it appear as though customers received documents at U.S. residential addresses when in fact they had post office box addresses, according to a FINRA filing.
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