David William Stewart of Erie Pennsylvania a stockbroker registered with IBN Financial Services Inc. has been discharged by the firm on March 7, 2018 supported by allegations that Stewart engaged in private securities transactions in violation of industry conduct standards and the firm’s selling away policies.

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Public Disclosure reveals that on December 10, 2013, a customer filed an investment related complaint concerning Stewart’s activities where the customer sought $27,483.92 in damages founded on accusations that while Stewart was associated with Trustmont Financial Group Inc., the customer was placed into a variable annuity issued by Pacific Life that was not suitable for the customer.

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