Raymond James & Associates financial Advisor Joseph Andreoli Jr has many disputes in his 33 Year career

Joseph Andreoli Jr is a Financial advisor. A graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mr. Andreoli Jr holds a Bachelor of Science in business. In 1987 he started his professional career at Hym Financial, INC for a year and proceeded further on his path to work for many firms such as J.B. Hanaur & Company, Smith Barney Inc., Citigroup Global Markets Inc., Wells Fargo Clearing Services LLC and is currently working for Raymond James & Associates, Inc. Mr. Andreoli was in the securities industry for approximately 33 years.
A brokerage firm or broker-dealer is in the business of buying and selling securities- stocks, bonds, mutual funds and certain other investment products on behalf of its customer for its own bank. An investment adviser is paid for providing advice about securities to clients. In addition, some investment advisers manage investment portfolios and offer financial planning services. Mr. Andreoli Jr is licensed to sell securities in 17 states.
In or around July of 2000, Mr. Andreoli Jr had his first dispute, the allegations against him consisted of the unsuitable sale of securities, negligence, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, violation of industry rules, federal securities laws, and various Texas state law statutes regarding trading of treasury bonds on margin for capital gains for a requested amount of $196,275.88. The unsuitable sale of securities occurs when a broker fails to take into account customer specific information in making a recommendation. Negligence is the failure to take proper care or carelessness. Breach of contract is the breaking of legal agreement. A breach of fiduciary duty occurs when the fiduciary acts in the interest of themselves, rather than the best returns for the client. Fraud is an intentional act to deceive for personal gain. At the conclusion of the case, the Claimant in this matter was awarded $56,555 by an arbitration panel.
In or around May of 2002, Mr. Andreoli Jr had dispute against him for unsuitable investments with a requested amount of $188,345.81, but unlike his first claim, this one was denied and handled personally. He won another case against him in October of 2008 claiming misrepresented details of investment damages unknown. In that same month he had two other cases withdraw after one claimed he preferred secured bonds and the second one preferred a more conservative approach and he was negligent.
In or around March of 2010, there was a dispute that Mr. Andreoli Jr made unsuitable investments in the clients account for the requested amount of $1,000,000 and as settled for $175,000 and finally in August of 2019, another dispute occurred claiming he made unsuitable investments. For more information on Joseph Andreoli Jr go to Finra.org/Brokercheck.
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