Customer Relationship Summary


Celadon Financial Group, LLC (“Celadon”) is a broker-dealer registered with the Securities & Exchange Commission. Celadon is also a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the National Futures Association, the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation. Celadon provides securities brokerage services. Brokerage and investment advisory services and fees differ; it is important that you understand the differences. Free and simple tools are available to research firms and financial professionals at: which also provides educational materials about broker-dealers, investment advisors and investing.


  • Celadon provides fee-based brokerage services for retail investors who are interested in buying and selling stocks, bonds, options, warrants, futures and exchange-traded funds. Investors may open individual, joint, trust or retirement accounts.
  • Our customer base generally makes their own investment decisions. Upon specific request by an investor, our registered representatives may offer investment advice that is designed to develop and execute the investor’s strategy.
  • Celadon does not offer proprietary products.
  • Minimum initial account size is $2,000.
  • We do not monitor your investments on an ongoing basis other than for regulatory purposes.
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3A. What Fees Will I Pay?

You will pay a transaction-based fee when you buy or sell securities. You will also pay for certain additional account services. Please be certain to review and understand the fee schedule you received when you opened your account.

  • Standard account fees are disclosed at the onset of the customer relationship.
  • Transaction fees are based on specific types of transactions and/or level of anticipated account activity – not on the value of your account.
  • Transaction fees for stocks, options, warrants, futures and exchange-traded funds include brokerage charges set by Celadon plus execution costs which may include clearing and exchange fees. With other investments, such as bonds, we will add a fee to the price you pay for the investment (called a mark-up) or deduct a fee from your sales proceeds (called a mark-down). With mutual funds, a fee typically called a load reduces the value of your investment. Mutual funds also charge annual management fees which vary depending on the fund.
  • We will charge you fees for additional services such as margin debit balances, option exercise/assignments, wire transfers, certain stock deposits, international transactions and annual account maintenance.
  • Further information may be found in your fee schedule.

3B. What are your legal obligations to me when providing recommendations? How else does your firm make money and what conflicts of interest do you have?

When we provide you with a recommendation, we must act in your best interest and not put our interest ahead of yours.

  • Disclosure. Prior to or at the time of the recommendation, we must provide you, in writing, full and fair disclosure of all material facts relating to the scope and terms of our relationship with you.
  • Care. Your registered representative must exercise reasonable diligence, care, and skill to understand the risks, rewards, and costs associated with the recommendation and have a reasonable basis to believe that a recommended transaction is in your best interest based on your investment profile and doesn’t place the interests of the firm ahead of you. This includes avoiding transactions that are excessive.
  • Conflicts of Interest. We have an obligation to avoid or mitigate conflicts of interest where possible For example, Celadon does not sponsor proprietary products, recommend products or services based on compensation/incentives from 3rd parties, or engage in incentive programs such as sales contests, sales quotas, bonuses, or non-cash compensation based on specific products or types of securities. At the same time, Celadon (like other broker dealers that rely on transaction-based revenue) has a conflict with your interests in the sense that the firm earns more fees as the number of securities transactions in your account increases. We therefore have an incentive for you to engage in transactions.
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3C. How do your financial professionals make money?

  • Celadon’s registered representatives serving retail accounts are paid a portion of the firm’s net revenue that is generated by customer transactions. This revenue is primarily derived from brokerage commissions.


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  • You may request a copy of the Form CRS Relationship Summary by contacting your registered representative. You may also call our main office at (973) 701-8033 for a copy or to request up-to-date information.