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Robert David: Farmington Hills Financial Advisor Fired By Morgan Stanley

Carlson Law, P.A. is currently representing investors in an arbitration against Morgan Stanley relating to its former financial advisor, Robert David. The case filed by Carlson Law relates to losses from junk bonds.

Robert David was discharged from Morgan Stanley on or around March 5, 2019, for “allegations related to [David] entering inaccurate client profile information relative to bond-related transactions and concerns that some of those transactions were not confirmed immediately beforehand.”

Another client filed an arbitration in May of 2019, alleging $800,000 in damages. According to public records, the client alleged “inter alia, unauthorized trading with respect to investments [from] October 2010 to May 2019.”

Robert David is currently licensed with Advisory Services Network, in Farmington, Michigan.

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