History Of Mayur T. Dalal
Respondent entered the securities industry in June 1988 and subsequently became
registered through an association with a FINRA-member firm in July 1988. On June 2,
2016, Respondent became registered as a GSR, IR, and IP through an association with
Kestra Investment Services, LLC (CRD No. 42046) (the firm). On February 24, 2020, the
firm filed a Uniform Termination Notice for Securities Industry Registration (“Form
U5″), stating that Respondent had been discharged on that date. Respondent is not
currently associated with a FINRA member, but remains subject to FINRA’ s jurisdiction
pursuant to Article V, Section 4 of FINRA’ s By-Laws.
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FINRA Rule 8210 states, in relevant part, that FINRA has the right to require a “person
subject to FINRA’ s jurisdiction to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically
. . . with respect to any matter involved in the investigation, complaint, examination or
proceeding.” FINRA Rule 8210 also specifies that “[n]o person shall fail to provide
information or testimony . . . pursuant to this Rule.” A failure to provide information
and/or testimony requested by FINRA pursuant to Rule 8210 violates Rule 8210.
Conduct that violates FINRA Rule 8210 also violates FINRA Rule 2010, which requires
associated persons to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable
principals of trade.”
On February 24, 2020, the firm filed a Form U5, stating that Respondent had been
discharged on that date, because he “failed to follow the firm’s policy related to the
Disclosure of Outside Business Activities and Private Securities Transactions.”
On February 19, 2021, FINRA sent a request to Respondent, seeking on-the-record
testimony pursuant to FINRA Rule 8210 on March 5, 2021. As stated in his counsel’s
email to FINRA on February 22, 2021, and by this agreement, Respondent acknowledges
that he received FINRA’s request and will not appear for on-the-record testimony at any
time. By refusing to appear for on-the-record testimony as requested pursuant to FINRA
Rule 8210, Respondent violated FINRA Rules 8210 and 2010.
Penalties, Punishments & Sanctions
■ A bar from association with any FINRA member in any capacity.
Respondent understands that if he is barred or suspended from associating with any
FINRA member, he becomes subject to a statutory disqualification as that term is defined
in Article III, Section 4 of FINRA’s By-Laws, incorporating Section 3(a)(39) of the
Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Accordingly, he may not be associated with any
FINRA member in any capacity, including clerical or ministerial functions, during the
period of the bar or suspension. See FINRA Rules 8310 and 8311.
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Respondent refused to provide on-the-record testimony pursuant to FINRA Rule 8210, in
violation of FINRA Rules 8210 and 2010.
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