Vincenzo Trimaldi Named in Dispute Seeking Over $10 Million in Damages
Vincenzo Trimaldi (CRD #: 6547276), a broker formerly registered with SW Financial, is involved in three pending investor disputes, according to his BrokerCheck record, accessed on April 25, 2023. Read on if you have questions about his alleged conduct as a broker.
On March 3, 2023, Vincenzo Trimaldi was named in a dispute alleging unauthorized trading, negligent conduct, and violations of the suitability rule, including excessive trading. This pending dispute seeks $10.3 million in damages.
Another pending dispute, filed on December 5, 2022, named Vincenzo Trimaldi in allegations of churning, unsuitable investment recommendations, negligence, and failure to supervise. The client seeks $510,152.82 in damages.
On March 21, 2022, an investor filed a dispute alleging that Vincenzo Trimaldi engaged in excessive and unauthorized trading, negligence, and suitability violations. The dispute further alleges that he engaged in fraud and breach of contract. The client seeks $388,517 in this pending dispute.
FINRA Rule 3260
Unauthorized trading violates FINRA Rule 3260, which limits brokers to engaging in discretionary trading only in pre-authorized accounts. Both the firm and the client must approve an account before discretionary trading can occur.
FINRA Rule 2111
FINRA Rule 2111 requires brokers to tailor their investment recommendations to suit investors’ profiles. These profiles describe an investor’s tax status, risk tolerance, and other characteristics.
Investors who feel their losses were caused by unsuitable investment recommendations may be able to recover their funds through FINRA arbitration.
FINRA Rule 3110
FINRA Rule 3110 requires that firms establish supervisory systems to ensure their compliance with securities regulations. Firms must appoint supervisors and provide them with Written Supervisory Procedures (WSPs) to follow.
FINRA Rule 2010
FINRA Rule 2010 holds brokers to high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.
What qualifies as broker negligence?
Many types of broker misconduct may qualify as negligence. Typical examples include misrepresentations or omissions of material fact, unsuitable investment recommendations, and excessive trading.
Investors who feel their losses are the result of broker negligence may be able to recover their funds by pursuing FINRA arbitration.
Vincenzo Trimaldi has passed the following exams:
- Series 63 – Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination
- SIE – Securities Industry Essentials Examination
- Series 7 – General Securities Representative Examination
- Series 24 – General Securities Principal Examination
He previously worked for the following firms:
- SW Financial (CRD#:145012)
- Worden Capital Management (CRD#:148366)
- Legend Securities (CRD#:44952)
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