Former Charles Schwab Broker Tywan Bishop Allegedly Violated the Firm’s Business Conduct Policy
The Sonn Law Group is actively investigating claims involving former Charles Schwab broker and investment advisor Tywan Bishop. If you sustained losses working with Mr. Bishop, we are interested in hearing the details of your case. Contact us today at (866) 827–3202 for a free initial consultation.
Tywan Bishop (CRD#: 6441836) is a previously registered securities broker and investment advisor (RIA) who was barred from FINRA in February 2019. He has three years of industry experience and worked for two firms. Most recently, Mr. Bishop was employed at Charles Schwab & Co. at a branch office Garden City, New York (January of 2016 to August of 2018). Prior to that, he worked at E*Trade Securities LLC in Alpharetta, Georgia (February 2015 to October 2015).
Barred Broker: Former Charles Schwab Representative Tywan Bishop
In July of 2018, Tywan Bishop was permitted to voluntarily resign from his brokerage firm after allegations of misconduct. Specifically, the compliance department at Charles Schwab assessed that Mr. Bishop failed to keep his brokerage account in good standing at the firm. This is a violation of the firm’s business conduct policy and its employee investment policy.
Pursuant to FINRA rules, brokers who leave their employer after allegations of misconduct are required to provide certain information to regulators. FINRA reports that Mr. Bishop failed to respond to FINRA’s requests for information. It is crucial that all securities professionals provide adequate information. Investors need to know that they can trust their representatives. As Mr. Bishop failed to comply with industry regulations, he has been suspended.
Jeffrey R. Sonn is an experienced FINRA arbitration lawyer. If you or your loved one sustained significant investment losses working with Tywan Bishop or any other Charles Schwab representative, he can help. To schedule a free, no obligation review of your case, contact the Sonn Law Group today.