Roman Corona, Former Morgan Stanley Broker, Barred from FINRA for Undisclosed Accounts

Discharged for Violation of Firm Policy

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Former Morgan Stanley broker Roman A. Corona (CRD# 1625705) has been barred from FINRA for allegedly failing to disclose outside brokerage accounts, the industry’s self-regulator says.

Corona has four years of industry experience with three firms, most recently JPMorgan Securities (2017-present) of Scottsdale, AZ; Morgan Stanley (2015–2017) of Seattle, WA; and Capital One Investing (2014–2015) of Seattle, WA.

In July 2019, Corona was barred by FINRA for failing provide requested testimony in connection with an investigation into Corona’s outside brokerage accounts.

Corona was also discharged from Morgan Stanley in October 2017 over these allegations.

According to Corona’s recorded statement to FINRA regulators, his wife had opened an outside brokerage account without his knowledge, which he immediately closed. No trading activity was recorded in the outside accounts.

Corona’s FINRA record states the he filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in August 2012.

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