Registered broker Jamel Gordon was discharged from his employment with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. after the firm alleged he failed to follow firm policies and procedures. He is currently employed as a broker with Saxony Securities, Inc. and as an investment adviser with Rose Capital Advisors, LLC.
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According to publicly available information through BrokerCheck, representative Jamel Gordon (CRD#: 5410346) was discharged from his position with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. on March 2, 2022.
Allegations against Gordon include that he “failed to follow firm policy and procedures regarding outside business activities” that he engaged in with clients of the firm. Gordon had been employed with Raymond James as a broker and investment adviser from March 2, 2018, until his discharge.
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