Jeffrey Howard Palish of Paramus New Jersey is a stockbroker formerly associated with Wells Fargo Clearing Services who was fired on October 5 2017 based upon the firm’s allegations that he had inappropriately obtained funds belonging to one of Wells Fargo’s customers.

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Public Disclosure confirms that a customer filed an investment related written complaint pertaining to Palish’s conduct, where the customer sought $180,000.00 in damages supported by accusations that while Palish was an investment executive with PaineWebber Incorporated, he made unsuitable investment recommendations to a customer, which led to the customer’s investment portfolio suffering from forty percent losses.

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