Application for RegistrationSec. 2. (a) Application by any person for registration with the Corporation, properly signed by the applicant, shall be made to the Corporation via electronic process or such other process as the Corporation may prescribe, on the form to be prescribed by the Corporation and shall contain:(1) an agreement to comply with the federal securities laws, the rules and regulations thereunder, the rules of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board and the Treasury Department, the By-Laws of the Corporation, NASD Regulation, and NASD Dispute Resolution, the Rules of the Corporation, and all rulings, orders, directions, and decisions issued and sanctions imposed under the Rules of the Corporation; and(2) such other reasonable information with respect to the applicant as the Corporation may require.(b) The Corporation shall not approve an application for registration of any person who is not eligible to be an associated person of a member under the provisions of Article III, Section 3.(c) Every application for registration filed with the Corporation shall be kept current at all times by supplementary amendments via electronic process or such other process as the Corporation may prescribe to the original application. Such amendment to the application shall be filed with the Corporation not later than 30 days after learning of the facts or circumstances giving rise to the amendment. If such amendment involves a statutory disqualification as defined in Section 3(a)(39) and Section 15(b)(4) of the Act, such amendment shall be filed not later than ten days after such disqualification occurs.
FINRA Rule 1122. Filing of Misleading Information as to Membership or RegistrationNo member or person associated with a member shall file with FINRA information with respect to membership or registration which is incomplete or inaccurate so as to be misleading, or which could in any way tend to mislead, or fail to correct such filing after notice thereof.
Financial Disclosure14K. Within the past 10 years:(1) have you made a compromise with creditors, filed a bankruptcy petition or been the subject of an involuntary bankruptcy petition?(2) based upon events that occurred while you exercised control over it, has an organization made a compromise with creditors, filed a bankruptcy petition or been the subject of an involuntary bankruptcy petition?(3) based upon events that occurred while you exercised control over it, has a broker or dealer been the subject of an involuntary bankruptcy petition, or had a trustee appointed, or had a direct payment procedure initiated under the Securities Investor Protection Act?14L. Has a bonding company ever denied, paid out on, or revoked a bond for you?14M. Do you have any unsatisfied judgments or liens against you?
MR. JAQUEZ FAILED TO DISCLOSE SEVERAL TAX LIENS, A STUDENT LOAN DEFAULT LIEN AND A JUDGEMENT FROM A COLLECTION COMPANY.
The "SUMMARY" provided with the online documents adds the following:
ON NOVEMBER 14, 2012, FINRA INFORMED MR. JACQUEZ THAT THERE WERE 3 NYS TAX LIENS, ONE IRS LIEN, A STUDENT LOAN DEFAULT LIEN AND A LIEN FROM A COLLECTION AGENCY THAT WERE DISCOVERED DURING A ROUTINE EXAMINATION OF HIS PREVIOUS EMPLOYER. IN A RESPONSE DATED DECEMBER 20, 2012, MR. JAQUEZ RESPONDED TO FINRA IN REGARDS TO THESE LIENS. MR. JAQUEZ NEVER DISCLOSED THE LETTERS OR THE LIENS TO LEGEND SECURITIES.