According to publicly available information through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Citigroup broker and investment adviser Timothy Trevor Kenska (CRD: 4894163) has received a new customer dispute. This is the seventh disclosure made public against the broker.
The most recent dispute filed against his employer includes allegations that Mr. Kenska committed “material misrepresentations and omissions, unsuitability and breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing in connection with Individual Retirement Account investments from 2015 through present.” The dispute is pending with requested damages in the amount of $150,000.
Three of Mr. Kenska’s prior customer disputes were settled, including the following made in 2017:
A customer dispute was settled for $77,388 alleging that “registered representative solicited them to open an investment advisory account; implemented an unsuitable investment portfolio including the purchase of risky, energy securities; and breached his fiduciary duty when recommending liquidation of their variable annuities which they allege benefited registered representative only.”
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