CFP Board Bars Travis Hansberger From Using CFP Designation
ST. LOUIS PARK, MINNESOTA
Our securities arbitration law firm is reviewing allegations made against Travis Hansberger of St. Louis Park, MN. The Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Board announced that it permanently barred him from using the CFP designation. The CFP Board alleged that Hansberger recommended unsuitable investments, failed to oversee his client’s retirement funds despite an advisory agreement to do so, and neglected to speak with the client when her assets were losing value.
Travis Hansberger still maintains an investment advisory license but previously was licensed with Thrivent Investment Management. He worked for Thrivent from 2007 to February 2020. Hansberger also was the subject of one customer complaint involving bond investments.
Thrivent Investment Management must abide by FINRA Rule 3110 and adequately supervise the conduct of their advisors like Travis Hansberger. If it fails to adequately supervise Hansberger or other advisors, the firm could be responsible for financial losses.
Our investment fraud and securities arbitration law firm has represented over 1,000 investors in the past. We represent investors throughout the country, including in Minnesota.