Robert Molinari has been with Commonwealth Financial Network since 2004. As
the Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer, Mr. Molinari leads and manages the Regulatory
Response Unit and oversees management of the Supervisory Controls Unit, which
performs 3120 and 206(4)-7 testing at the firm.
He received his BS in criminal justice
from Northeastern University and his MBA from Babson College. In addition, Mr.
Molinari holds the Certified Regulatory and Compliance Professional (CRCP)®
designation, as well as a number of FINRA registrations.
Meaghan Reim-Strange, Esq.
Meaghan Reim-Strange is Senior Principal Examiner, Member Supervision for
FINRA. Ms. Reim-Strange’s responsibilities include: (i) serving primarily as lead
examiner and point of contact for examinations of FINRA member Firms; Investigate
FINRA member Firm’s processes and procedures in areas such as AML
Compliance, Supervisory Controls; Private Securities Transactions; Outside
Business Activities; Consolidated Statements; Excessive Trading and Churning; (ii)
analyzing examination findings and member Firm regulatory history to determine
appropriate disposition; and (iii) provides on the job training for newer
Ms. Reim-Strange has been with FINRA since 2010. She entered the
securities industry in 2002 as a broker-trainee before moving to an Equity Capital Markets Compliance
Associate position for a broker dealer within the Philadelphia area.
Ms. Reim-Strange has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Villanova and a Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law. She has been a member of the Pennsylvania bar since 2009 and she is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Doug Wilburn is General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Akron, Ohio based Valmark Financial Group and its broker-dealer, Valmark Securities, and
investment adviser, Valmark Advisers. Mr. Wilburn received his undergraduate
degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri and, immediately upon
graduating from St. Louis University School of Law, began his career in financial
services at AG. Edwards & Sons. Mr. Wilburn later went on to practice law in both
the public and private sectors, first as a public defender and then as an associate in
the Litigation Department of St. Louis, Missouri-based Bryan Cave.
Mr. Wilburn was
subsequently appointed Missouri Securities Commissioner where he led his state’s
investor education efforts while also enforcing its securities laws. Mr. Wilburn then went on to serve as
Managing Director and Deputy Chief Compliance Officer at Wachovia Securities in Richmond, Virginia and
then as the Chief Compliance officer of Washington Mutual’s retail broker-dealer and investment adviser in
Irvine, California. Upon JP Morgan Chase’s acquisition of Washington Mutual, Mr. Wilburn was named
Managing Director and Chief Compliance officer of JP Morgan Chase’s retail broker-dealer and investment
adviser, Chase Investment Services. Mr. Wilburn holds Series 4, 7, 14, 24 and 66 registrations.