Worked for Three Expelled Firms
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Former JP Morgan broker Daniel Soliman (CRD: 6053300) has been barred from FINRA for failing to provide FINRA testimony.
Soliman had six years of experience with a total of eight different firms, including JP Morgan (2018–2019) of New York, NY; Traderfield Securities (2016–2018) of New York, NY; Legend Securities (2014–2016) of Staten Island, NY; Blackwell Capital Markets (2013 -2014) of New York, NY; Meyers Associates (2013–2013) of New York, NY; EJ Sterling (2013–2013) of New York, NY; and Spartan Capital (2012–2013) also of New York, NY.
Soliman worked for three expelled firms, including Legend Securities of Staten Island and Meyers Associates of New York, which was expelled twice.
He has one disclosure in his FINRA record, which was the bar from FINRA. FINRA was investigating Soliman for potential misconduct while employed with Traderfield Securities of New York.
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