Former Morgan Stanley broker Stuart Jeffries Henley was discharged from
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management earlier this year for alleged rule violations
and allegations that he executed transactions for a non-discretionary
client without communicating with the client on the day of the trades.
According to his FINRABrokerCheck report, he also received a complaint from another customer in 2016 alleging
excessive trading and churning. That dispute settled for $800,000. Currently, there are
no other pending disputes against him.
The investment loss attorneys at Meyer Wilson are interested in hearing
from investors who have complaints regarding Stuart Henley, also known
as Jeff Henley. He is not currently registered with any FINRA member firm.
Prior to his discharge, Henley worked as a broker and adviser for 32 years
in the securities industry for a number of firms, including PaineWebber,
Lehman Brothers, IDS Marketing Corporation, and most recently, Morgan Stanley.
Did You Suffer Financial Losses While Investing With Stuart Jeffries Henley?
Brokers are required to obtain the permission of customers before buying
or selling anything for their customers' accounts. Unauthorized trading
occurs when a broker uses his or her own discretion to make transactions
without prior authorization in a non-discretionary account, even if the
broker had good intentions when making the trades. Since unauthorized
trades commonly go hand in hand with excessive trading to gain commissions,
customers frequently suffer significant financial losses before the unscrupulous
behavior is discovered. Fortunately, when brokers make unauthorized or
excessive trades, they can be held liable for any losses suffered by their
If you lost money while investing with Stuart "Jeff" Henley,
you might be able to recoup some of your losses. Give Meyer Wilson a call
at (888) 390-6491 to
schedule an appointment for a free case evaluation today.