State suspends license of former governor’s son

The mortgage lending company owned by Jeff Guinn, son of former Governor Kenny Guinn, is a danger to the public and does not conduct business in accordance with the law. Those were two of the reasons cited by a hearing officer for the state of Nevada today who upheld the state’s action suspending the license of Guinn and his company Aspen Financial. Hearing officer Dean Gould also issued the suspension because Guinn failed to appear for the hearing, which Guinn requested, and because Aspen and Guinn are insolvent. The state suspended Guinn’s license in April, when it learned he owes City National Bank a judgment of close to 8 million dollars for unpaid loans.


4 thoughts on “State suspends license of former governor’s son

  1. The State took this action for legitimate reasons; however, they have left approximately 3000 Aspen investors out in the cold. We have not been appraised of who is to take responsibility of the duties that were being handled by Aspen. Something doesn’t seem right.

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