Did John Anthony Waszolek Cause You Investment Losses?
Former Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and UBS Financial Services, Inc. broker John Anthony Waszolek, of Scottsdale, Arizona, submitted an Offer of Settlement in which he consented to, but did not admit to or deny, the FINRA findings that he took unfair financial advantage of an 81-year-old customer who had twice been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and suffered from dementia and memory loss. According to FINRA, Mr. Waszolek gained appointment as successor trustee and residual beneficiary of the client’s trust. Upon the elderly client’s death, FINRA found that Waszolek attempted to inherit more than $1.8 million from the estate. FINRA’s findings state that Waszolek failed to disclose to both UBS and Morgan Stanley that he had been appointed as a beneficiary to his customer’s trust or that he had received a healthcare power of attorney over the elderly client. Additionally, Waszolek neglected to obtain either UBS or Morgan Stanley’s approval to act in a fiduciary capacity to his client. Consequently, John Waszolek was barred from association with any FINRA member in any capacity.
Arizona has thousands of stock brokerage firms and investment advisory offices. With so many stock brokerage firms and investment advisory offices, comes the potential for their stockbrokers, financial advisors, and other representatives to engage in one or more kinds of stockbroker fraud. They could make misrepresentations about investing in securities (stocks, bonds, options, mutual funds, REITs, Junk Bonds, Hedge Funds, Structured Products, etc.) they are selling. Unsuitable recommendations of the strategies they recommend (margin, short selling, option) is another kind of stockbroker fraud. They can engage in many other kinds of stockbroker fraud and stockbroker misconduct which violates Federal and Arizona securities laws and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) rules and stock brokerage firms policies and procedures.
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