Jennifer Trowbridge—Unsuitable Sales Allegations
Jennifer J. Trowbridge Accused of Unsuitable Investment Recommendations to Customers
Jennifer J. Trowbridge, from in or about February 2010 to March 2011, allegedly made unsuitable recommendations and effected unsuitable sales and purchases in seven customer accounts, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC).
During the aforementioned time period, Trowbridge, who worked at Essex Securities LLC from January 11, 2010 through September 4, 2012, allegedly put into effect discretionary trades in the accounts of at least one of her customers with said customer’s verbal consent, but not before obtaining written authorization from the customer and without Essex’s acceptance of the accounts as discretionary, according to the AWC.
Jennifer J. Trowbridge Recommended a Series of Mutual Fund Switches; Suspended by FINRA and Fined $10,000
Jennifer J. Trowbridge, from in or about February 2010 to March 2011, allegedly recommended a series of mutual fund switches in seven customer accounts without having proper and reasonable grounds for believing that such transactions were suitable for those investors in view of the nature of their recommended transactions, how often they executed transactions, and the transaction costs incurred, according to the AWC.
On at least 29 occasions, the AWC further alleges, Trowbridge recommended that the customers purchase Class A mutual funds, for which they paid commissions and front-end sales charges. She then recommended that the customers sell said Class A mutual funds within only one month to thirteen months after purchasing them.
As a result of her alleged misconduct, Trowbridge is facing a suspension from associating with any FINRA member firm in any and all capacities for a period of two months, and a $ 10,000 fine from FINRA, the AWC notes.
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