Articles Tagged with Hilary Zimmerman

Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Hilary Zimmerman, a broker with Morgan Stanley in Ridgeland, Mississippi. According to her Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) BrokerCheck report, Zimmerman has been the subject of at least six customer complaints. Customers have alleged churning, making unsuitable investment recommendations, negligence, unauthorized trading, misrepresentations, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and churning and excessive trading. These are all against securities laws and regulations. Churning is excessive trading in a customer’s account, only to generate large commissions for the broker.

Zimmerman was registered with Lehman Brothers in New York, New York from December 1991 until July 1993, Citigroup Global Markets in Jackson, Mississippi from July 1993 until December 2007 and currently, Morgan Stanely in Ridgeland, Mississippi since June 2009. She has six customer disputes against her, one of which is pending.

If you invested money with Hilary Zimmerman, please call our Chicago-based securities law firm at 312-332-4200 to speak to an attorney. The call is free with no obligation. Her firm, Morgan Stanley, may be liable for investment losses because they have a duty to reasonably supervise her. We take cases on a contingency fee basis only.

Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Hilary Zimmerman, a Morgan Stanley broker in Ridgeland, Mississippi. She has been accused of being complicit in unauthorized trades and unsuitable transactions, misrepresenting material facts related to an investment, breaching fiduciary duty, making risky and speculative trades, failing to detect and prevent outside business activities, failing to detect and prevent conflicts of interest and engaging in excessive turnover, fraud and misrepresentation. According to her BrokerCheck report, she was registered with Lehman Brothers in New York from December 1991 until July 1993, Citigroup Global Markets in Jackson, Mississippi from July 1993 until December 2007, and is currently registered with Morgan Stanley in Ridgeland, Mississippi and has been since June 2009. She has six customer disputes against her, one of which is currently pending. If you invested money with Hilary Zimmerman, please call our securities law firm in Chicago at 312-332-4200. The call is free with no obligation. Her former firm, Morgan Stanley, may be liable for investment losses because of their inability to reasonably supervise her. We take cases on a contingency fee basis.

Morgan Stanley was ordered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to pay $2.4 million because of Mark Wyatt, a former broker who had claims brought against him for unauthorized and excessive stock-market trading. Mr. Wyatt was accused of purchasing thinly-traded stocks for clients that he himself owned, while also putting speculative bets on exchange-traded funds for other clients. A FINRA panel awarded the $2.4 million decision on July 24th after four other cases settled or resolved. Two more cases against him are pending and Wyatt was found liable in two additional cases. Wyatt was terminated from Morgan Stanley in 2012 and hasn’t worked as a registered broker since. Others who were named in the case were branch manager Fred Eugene Brister III and adviser Hilary Zimmerman, who was the senior vice president. They continue to work for Morgan Stanley. The firm will pay fees and interest on top of the $2.4 million.

If you invested money with Mark Wyatt, you may be entitled to recover your investment losses through the FINRA arbitration process. Please call our securities law firm at 312-332-4200 for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.

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