Morgan Stanley in FINRA Arbitration Against Investment Firm

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Disruptive Technologies, an investor with Morgan Stanley, alleged the firm leaked information regarding a large sale of Palantir Technology shares. The SEC and DOJ are looking into whether Wall Street firms, such as Morgan Stanely, favored specific clients by giving them inside information in block trades.

Allegedly, the leak cost Disruptive Technologies tens of millions of dollars, and they are seeking punitive and compensatory damages.

Christopher Warren, Managing Partner at Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC states, “The large wirehouse firms, like Morgan Stanley, often get away with massive overcharging, failure to supervise systems, and written supervisory procedures. Despite these firms collectively paying hundreds of millions in settlements, they are the least likely to lose clients in the long run. At the end of the day, it becomes the individual financial services professionals who bear the brunt of FINRA enforcement proceedings, despite the fault squarely being with the firms. Maybe Disruptive Technologies FINRA arbitration is one that finally forces the wirehouse firms to point the finger at themselves instead of the individual financial services professionals they employ.

You are entitled to receive fair compensation if you were denied your rightful profits for a Palantir investment due to a large wirehouse’s negligence. Contact the attorneys at Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC at (866) SH-LawROUP or email to schedule a consultation.



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