David K. Weiskircher
Securities Industry Consultant
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|Address:||1175 Peachtree St NE,
Atlanta, Georgia 30361
David Weiskircher is a securities consultant in the law firm of Page Perry. A native of Ohio, Mr. Weiskircher moved with his family to Florida in 1966. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Georgia State University with honors in his major field of study.
For over six years, Mr. Weiskircher supervised the stock transfer, dividend disbursement and proxy solicitation department of a major Florida bank, during which time he was promoted to Corporate Trust Officer. Mr. Weiskircher then became an Operations Manager for a major Southeast regional brokerage firm. Soon thereafter, he was recruited by the firm’s Compliance Director to move to Atlanta to work as a Compliance Administrator overseeing the trading activities and broker conduct in over 30 branch offices. In 1985, Mr. Weiskircher joined a national brokerage firm as Operations Manager in that firm’s largest branch office in the Southeast. Mr. Weiskircher was then chosen to help the firm open and run a new branch office in the city of Atlanta.
Mr. Weiskircher serves as an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Mr. Weiskircher has attended several arbitrator training seminars sponsored by FINRA, including the Calculation of Damages, Expungement and Chairperson Training programs. Mr. Weiskircher is also an Associate member of the American Bar Association. In September 2006, Mr. Weiskircher attended the International Traders’ Forum in Versailles, France.
As a securities consultant for Page Perry, Mr. Weiskircher is responsible for analyzing and evaluating cases from an operations, supervisory and compliance viewpoint. Mr. Weiskircher has been involved in cases that have involved stocks, bonds, options, mutual funds, annuities, insurance, commodities, limited partnerships, collateralized mortgage obligations and exchange funds. In addition, Mr. Weiskircher has assisted in investor claims concerning unsuitability, unauthorized trading, misrepresentation and churning, as well as assisting with employment disputes.