National investment loss lawyers KlaymanToskes is investigating broker Robert Silvestri (CRD# 2037669) of Level Four Financial and Aegis Capital Corp., who has been permanently barred from acting as a broker by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), following his refusal to provide information and documents as requested by FINRA, in connection with the regulator’s investigation into U5 filings made by Level Four and Aegis, which alleged that he was terminated due to the borrowing of customer funds.
According to FINRA BrokerCheck, broker Robert Silvestri was previously registered with Level Four Financial from 2018 to 2022, when he was terminated due to allegations that he failed to follow the firm’s stated policies and procedures relating to disclosure information.
Silvestri was also previously registered with Aegis Capital from January to July 2023, when he was terminated due to the firm’s notice that his license had been amended by his prior firm, to reflect that he had borrowed money from a client that he serviced. At or around the same time, the firm also allegedly received a phone call from the customer, who advised the firm that she had loaned Silvestri money while he was registered with his prior firm as well as when he was registered with Aegis. Aegis Capital allegedly investigated the matter and determined that Silvestri did in fact borrow funds from a client without the firm’s knowledge, consent or approval.
Investors that suffered losses with broker Robert Silvestri are encouraged to contact attorney Lawrence L. Klayman, Esq., at 888-997-9956 or by email at email@example.com to discuss recovery options. We do not collect attorney’s fees unless we are able to obtain a financial recovery for you.
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As an investor, there are a few signs that you should look out for if you believe you may have a claim against broker Robert Silvestri. These signs could potentially indicate broker misconduct, negligence, or investment fraud. Investors are encourage to contact our firm immediately if you have experienced any of the following:
Some investors have close relationships with their brokers due to the time and trust built over the course of their investment relationship. However, it is crucial to remember that financial decisions should be based on careful analysis and due diligence rather than solely relying on personal relationships.
According to FINRA, brokerage firms such as Level Four Financial and Aegis Capital Corp. are responsible for the supervision of all of the activities of their registered brokers and investment advisors. Investors may be entitled to a financial recovery if their brokerage firm failed to supervise the representative managing their brokerage account, and/or if their broker/advisor made unsuitable investment recommendations.
Engaging the services of an experienced securities attorney to evaluate the specific circumstances of your case is strongly advised. At KlaymanToskes, our team of experienced securities attorneys has a deep understanding of this complex area of law, allowing us to provide invaluable insight and tailored guidance that directly addresses your individual needs.
If you suffered losses with broker Robert Silvestri, or have concerns regarding your investment portfolio at Level Four Financial and/or Aegis Capital Corp., contact KlaymanToskes at 888-997-9956 or fill out a short contact form for a free and confidential consultation to discuss recovery options.