Mark Lott, a former investment adviser with Everspire, was permitted to resign from his position after allegations of misconduct. According to his BrokerCheck report, he was found by Everspire and MHL Investments to have engaged in “false and misleading conduct,” including making false statements and failing to provide accurate disclosures to customers.
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Mark Lott (CRD#: 5015817) was recently permitted to resign from his position as an investment adviser with Everspire and registered broker with MHL Investments after allegations of misconduct. According to his BrokerCheck report, a firm investigation revealed that he had “engaged in false and misleading conduct.” He allegedly facilitated business and advice to clients by an “unregistered person (w/disciplinary history).”
He reportedly also made false and misleading statements in Everspire and MHL Investments records and failed to provide accurate disclosures to clients at both firms. The disclosure also notes that an internal investigation continues to determine whether he violated SEC rules or either firm’s policies and procedures. The resignation occurred on April 7, 2022.
Mark Lott is a currently registered broker and investment adviser with Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC. During his career, he has been employed with several firms, including Wells Fargo Clearing Services, E*Trade Securities, and Girard Securities.
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