|Born||Staten Island, New York City, New York|
|👔 Employer||Frishberg Media|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Elisea Frishberg|
Daniel Sholom Frishberg is an American businessman and radio host. Prior to entering the financial bailiwick, he served as a United States Marine for 3 years.
Frishberg attended Fairlawn High School and New York University. He has written extensively and is the author of two books. From 2005 through 2011, Frishberg appeared as a market commentator on CNBC, and on Fox News.
In 2001, Frishberg founded an asset management company. Shortly thereafter, he registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as Daniel Frishberg Financial Services. The company grew over the following ten years to $300 million in assets.
Controversy with Securities and Exchange Commission
In 2010, one of the officers of Frishberg’s company was accused of unlawful activity in issuing and offering two promissory notes to clients. In an administrative proceeding, the Securities and Exchange Commission alleged that Frishberg failed to properly supervise the officer who was accused of making false or misleading statements about the offerings. It was alleged that Frishberg failed to ensure that complete and accurate information about the issuers’ finances was disclosed.
In 2011, Frishberg consented to the entry of the administrative order by the Securities Exchange Commission that barred him from activity as registered investment advisor.
Frishberg was not accused of making a false statement or of improperly taking payments. The Securities Exchange Commission did not request or mandate any disgorgement, though they did require disgorgement for the officer accused in this case.
Retirement and return to media
Following his retirement from financial services in 2011, Frishberg entered television and radio commentary.
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