Donnell Noah Bowen (CRD#: 5641822) is a previously registered securities broker. From 2009 to early 2017, Mr. Bowen was employed at Northwestern Mutual Investment Services in Washington, DC. In January of 2017, Mr. Bowen resigned from their firm while under investigation for misconduct.
On June 1st, 2018, Mr. Bowen was banned from the securities industry indefinitely. According to FINRA, Donnell Noah Bowen violated FINRA Rule 8210. He knowingly declined to cooperate with its investigation into his conduct. Since December of 2016, Mr. Bowen has settled 12 different investor complaints. An additional complaint is still listed as pending. Here, our FINRA arbitration lawyers provide a brief overview of some of the most recent customer complaints.
Investor Complaints: Donnell Noah Bowen
- Non-payment of life insurance policy: settled for $49,687.60.
- Client provided with fraudulent information: settled for $43,184.65.
- Unsuitable investment recommendations: settled for $9,603.90.
- Securities law violations: settled for $225,000.00.
- Unsuitable investment recommendations: settled for $102,511.19.
- Unreasonable charges of commission fees: settled for $127,994.57.
- Forgery on life insurance documents: settled for $470,679.93.
- Unauthorized changes to an insurance policy: settled for $290,635.40.
- Forgeries and unauthorized transactions: still pending; the investor is requesting $117,148.60 in compensation.
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