The Columbus Dispatch Archives – Feb 18, 2021 Read the full article on dispatch.com As drama unfolds around the handling of Beverly Schottenstein’s fortune in Florida, The Dispatch is sharing some of its historical coverage of the Schottenstein family. The family that once held stakes in retail, real estate, construction businesses and more held power […]
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February 9, 2021 – By Ian Wenik Read the article on citywireusa.com A panel of arbitrators found that Beverley Schottenstein’s grandsons made unauthorized purchases and sales in her account. A panel of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra) arbitrators has ordered JP Morgan and two of its brokers to pay a roughly $19m financial penalty after […]
By Ian Wenik – April 14, 2021 Read the article on citywiresusa.com The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra) has permanently banned a former JP Morgan broker after he was accused of making unauthorized purchases and sales of securities in his own grandmother’s account. Evan Schottenstein agreed to the ban after he refused to testify in […]
by Jake Martin and Mason Braswell – March 9, 2021 Read the article on advisor hub.com In a claim zeroing in on the fairness of virtual hearings, a pair of former J.P. Morgan Securities brokers have asked a court to nullify a high profile $19 million award issued last month by a Financial Industry Regulatory […]
February 10, 2021, By Lynnley Browning Read the article on financial-planning.com A wealthy grandmother won a $19 million arbitration award against J.P. Morgan Securities and two former brokers — her grandsons — over alleged unauthorized trading in her accounts. The ruling came 18 months and 43 hearing sessions after retail matriarch Beverley Schottenstein filed claims […]
February 9, 2021, by Jake Martin Read the article on advisor hub.com A panel of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitrators on Thursday rendered the agency’s largest award since 2018 in a case brought by a grandmother against J.P. Morgan Securities and two former brokers—her grandsons—for unauthorized trading. Beverley Schottenstein, 94, in Bal Harbour, Florida, was awarded […]
February 8, 2021 By Mark Schoeff Jr. See the article at investment news.com Finra arbitrators ordered J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. and two former brokers to pay a retailing matriarch $19 million for unauthorized trading of complex products in her account — transactions that were executed by her grandsons. A three-person Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. […]
February 9, 2021 Read the article at brokeandbroker.com A recent FINRA arbitration just doesn’t seem to add up. It started in 2019 with an arbitration Complaint. The case then moved into federal court in 2020 as the litigants battled over whether the dispute belonged in court or arbitration. In 2020, the dispute is returned to […]
By Steve Cown – Feb 18, 2021 Read article on freenewslive.com According to Bloomberg, Florida resident Beverley Schottenstein, who is 94, has secured a multi-million dollar settlement from her grandchildren, who managed her fortune. The Financial Arbitration Court ruled that Evan and Avi Schottenstein and the bank J. P. Morgan, where they worked as consultants, are […]
Damschroder: Ohio STRS provides THE perfect example John Damschroder Columnist – Mar. 24, 2021 read the full article at thenews-messenger.com There’s no better illustration of the difference between public and private financial misconduct than the story of 93-year-old Beverley Schottenstein. The widow of a former Schottenstein Company president and member of the family with their […]