This brochure supplement provides information about Michelle Milley that supplements Tamar Securities, LLC’s Form ADV Part 2A brochure(s). You should have received a copy of that brochure. Please contact Amit Stavinsky, Chief Compliance Officer, if you either did not receive this brochure or if you have any questions regarding the contents of this supplement.

Additional information about Michelle Milley is available on the SEC’s website at

Item 2
Educational Background and Business Experience


Michelle Milley
Financial Advisor

Michelle Milley is a Financial Advisor at Tamar Securities, LLC. Her responsibilities include portfolio management, business development, optimization disciplines, and web design. Prior to joining Tamar Securities, she helped families reach their financial goals at Primerica Financial Services.

Michelle first developed her passion assisting fellow Marines in managing their finances in the United States Marine Corps while serving as an F/A-18 Airframes Mechanic. After 6 years in the Marine Corp, Michelle expanded her engineering career as a shift engineer and manager at Teradyne, Inc., which designs, manufactures and supports semiconductor test products. Later on, Michelle worked in manufacturing for both Neutrogena, Inc., and Cytec Engineered Material.

Michelle’s greatest strengths are her creativity, adaptability, drive and leadership. She thrives at Tamar Securities, LLC helping clients build wealth, and reach their financial independence.

Notable is her many years working as a private academic tutor specializing in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, paving the way for over 40 families to be able to send their children to the top U.S. universities.

Michelle holds the Uniform Investment Advisor License (Series 65).

Michelle earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts and an MBA from Pepperdine in Malibu, CA.

Item 3
Disciplinary Information


If there are legal or disciplinary events material to your evaluation of Ms. Milley, we are required to disclose all material facts regarding those events.1

We have nothing to disclose in this regard.

1 Note: Our firm may, under certain circumstances, rebut the presumption that a disciplinary event is material. If an event is immaterial, we are not required to disclose it. When we review a legal or disciplinary event involving Ms. Milley to determine whether it is appropriate to rebut the presumption of materiality, we consider all of the following factors: (1) the proximity of Ms. Milley to the advisory function; (2) the nature of the infraction that led to the disciplinary event; (3) the severity of the disciplinary sanction; and (4) the time elapsed since the date of the disciplinary event. If we conclude that the materiality presumption has been overcome, we prepare and maintain a file memorandum of our determination in our records. We follow SEC rule 204-2(a)(14)(iii) and similar state rules.

Item 4
Other Business Activities


A. If Ms. Milley is actively engaged in any investment-related business or occupation, including if Ms. Milley is registered, or has an application pending to register, as a broker-dealer, registered representative of a broker-dealer, futures commission merchant (“FCM”), commodity pool operator (“CPO”), commodity trading advisor (“CTA”), or an associated person of an FCM, CPO, or CTA, we are required to disclose this fact and describe the business relationship, if any, between the advisory business and the other business.

1. If Ms. Milley receives commissions, bonuses or other compensation based on the sale of securities or other investment products, including as a broker-dealer or registered representative, and including distribution or service (“trail”) fees from the sale of mutual funds, we have to disclose this fact. If this compensation is not cash, we are required to explain what type of compensation Ms. Milley receives. We must explain that this practice gives Ms. Milley an incentive to recommend investment products based on the compensation received, rather than on your needs.

We have nothing to disclose in this regard.

B. If Ms. Milley is actively engaged in any business or occupation for compensation not discussed in response to Item 4.A, above, and the other business activity or activities provide a substantial source of Ms. Milley’s income or involve a substantial amount of Ms. Milley’s time, we are required to disclose this fact and must describe the nature of that business. If the other business activities represent less than 10 percent of Ms. Milley’s time and income, we may presume that they are not substantial.

We have nothing to disclose in this regard.

Item 5
Additional Compensation


If someone who is not a client provides an economic benefit to Ms. Milley for providing advisory services, we are required to generally describe the arrangement. For purposes of this Item, economic benefits include sales awards and other prizes, but do not include Ms. Milley’s regular salary. Any bonus that is based, at least in part, on the number or amount of sales, client referrals, or new accounts should be considered an economic benefit, but other regular bonuses should not.

We have nothing to disclose in this regard.

Item 6


We are required to explain how we supervise Ms. Milley, including how we monitor the advice Ms. Milley provides to you. Our firm has to provide the name, title and telephone number of the person responsible for supervising Ms. Milley’s advisory activities on behalf of our firm.

Mr. Stavinsky, Chief Compliance Officer of Tamar Securities, LLC, supervises and monitors Ms. Milley’s activities on a regular basis. Please contact Mr. Stavinsky if you have any questions regarding Ms. Milley’s brochure supplement at Tamar Securities, LLC’s main office number; 818-914-7460.