Investor Alleges Max Sulzberger Failed to Execute Liquidation and Transfer Orders
Max Sulzberger (CRD #: 4723028), a broker registered with Edward Jones, allegedly failed to execute a client’s orders, according to his BrokerCheck record, accessed on May 28, 2022. Read on if you have questions about Max Sulzberger’s conduct as a broker.
Alleged Failure to Execute
On February 22, 2022, an investor filed a dispute alleging Max Sulzberger failed to execute multiple orders, starting with liquidation orders given in January 2020. The investor alleges Max Sulzberger liquidated the accounts months later without authorization.
The investor further alleges that he learned his accounts remained in cash in July 2020, and his request to be reinvested was not fulfilled until October. Lastly, the client alleges that Max Sulzberger failed to execute his request to transfer his accounts from the firm in late January/early February 2022.
The investor seeks $300,000 in damages in this pending dispute.
FINRA Rule 5310
FINRA Rule 5310 requires brokers to execute investors’ instructions in a timely manner, as well following those instructions correctly. Brokers must also conduct due diligence when searching for the best market for a trade.
Max Sulzberger has passed the following exams:
- Series 66 - Uniform Combined State Law Examination
- SIE - Securities Industry Essentials Examination
- Series 7 - General Securities Representative Examination
Max Sulzberger is a registered broker in 31 states and the District of Columbia. He is also a registered investment adviser in Illinois and Texas.
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