Category Archives : Employment Analytics


Alison Jimenez Quoted in Bloomberg Article on Broker Raiding Cases

  Dynamic Securities Analytics president, Alison Jimenez, was quoted in today’s Bloomberg article by Neil Weinberg on broker raiding cases. The article titled “Brokers’ Battle Over Memorial Day Raid Reveals Industry Strains” discusses a current Finra arbitration between Oppenheimer & Co. and Euro Pacific Capital. Ms. Jimenez commented on the number of raiding cases resolved more »


Alison Jimenez to Present on Problem Employees & AML Risk

  DSA President, Alison Jimenez, will be a speaker for the upcoming Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS) webinar “Spotting and Removing Problem Employees.” The live webinar will be held May 13th from 12:00-2:00 EST. Registration is available through the ACAMS website. A full description of the webinar can be found below. Spotting and more »


The Man in the Mirror: Employee Due Diligence

Fill in this blank:  __________________ Due Diligence. If you are like most AML professionals, “Customer” was the first and only answer that came to mind. The importance of Customer Due Diligence has been drummed into the mind of AML practitioners and is a common training topic. However, the recent indictment of a former TD Bank more »


Alison Jimenez to Present on Employee Due Diligence at ACAMS Conference

  DSA president, Alison Jimenez, will be a panelist on the “Total Due Diligence: Know Your Customer, Vendors and Employees” presentation at the 13th Annual ACAMS AML and Financial Crime conference in Las Vegas. The presentation will be Tuesday, September 30th at 3:15. Ms. Jimenez will be speaking on Employee Due Diligence. Her fellow panelist more »


Which Broker/Dealers get Sued by Reps Most Often?

FINRA arbitration isn’t just for customer disputes. As DSA found, over half of FINRA arbitrations are non-customer related. A large portion of the non-customer disputes occur when Associated Persons sue their current or former broker/dealer employer. Allegations in Associated Person vs Member Firm cases often include: defamation, reformation of U-5, wrongful termination and compensation disputes. more »