Bosh alleged fraud, breach of contract, and failure to supervise, among other violations.
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James Wiseman (CRD#: 2012653) was employed by Morgan Stanley from 2009 until 2015 when he was discharged based on allegations that he shared his password and failed to complete firm-mandated training.
Chris Bosh, former NBA all-star, and his mother both filed FINRA arbitration claims in 2017 naming Morgan Stanley and Jeffrey Wiseman. Bosh’s mother, Freida Bosh, alleged breach of contract, unauthorized discretionary trading, conspiracy, fraud, and several other violations related to requests to transfer funds from Morgan Stanley accounts held jointly with her son, Chris. Ms. Bosh sought in excess of $18 million in damages.
Chris Bosh alleged fraud, breach of contract, and failure to supervise, among other things, related to his allegedly being refused access to his Morgan Stanley accounts. He sought damages in excess of $1 million. The two claims were eventually consolidated by FINRA. Last week, the FINRA arbitration panel awarded three Morgan Stanley accounts to Chris Bosh and ruled that his mother’s name be removed from them. The arbitrators then denied all of the claims brought by the parties.
Wiseman made a request that the arbitration be expunged from his record, but this request was denied.
Prior to his employment with Morgan Stanley, Wiseman was registered with UBS Financial in Oxnard, California from 2004 until 2008. Prior to being with UBS, Wiseman was registered with Merrill Lynch in New York, New York. Wiseman has no other disclosures on his BrokerCheck report.
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