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Brian DiBrino Subject Of Two Customer Disputes Totaling $625K

Brian DiBrino (Brian Joseph DiBrino CRD: #2837066) is a registered broker and a previously registered investment advisor who is currently employed with American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (CRD#:18487) of Fairfield, NJ. His previous employers include First Allied Advisory Services, Inc. (CRD#:137888), First Allied Securities, Inc. (CRD#:32444) and SII Investments, Inc. (CRD#:2225), also of Fairfield. He has been in the industry since 1997. DiBrino is the subject of two pending customer disputes. The first was filed on 7/15/2020, alleging “misrepresentation, unsuitable recommendations, breach fiduciary duty, failure to supervise, breach of contract and negligence” in relation to alternative investments. The clients are requesting damages of $125,000. DiBrino denies the claims, and states that they have not been clients for more than three years.Brian DiBrino (Brian Joseph DiBrino CRD: #2837066) is a registered broker and a previously registered investment advisor who is currently employed with American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (CRD#:18487) of Fairfield, NJ. His previous employers include First Allied Advisory Services, Inc. (CRD#:137888), First Allied Securities, Inc. (CRD#:32444) and SII Investments, Inc. (CRD#:2225), also of Fairfield. He has been in the industry since 1997.

DiBrino is the subject of two pending customer disputes. The first was filed on 7/15/2020, alleging “misrepresentation, unsuitable recommendations, breach fiduciary duty, failure to supervise, breach of contract and negligence” in relation to alternative investments. The clients are requesting damages of $125,000. DiBrino denies the claims, and states that they have not been clients for more than three years.

The second dispute was filed on 5/14/2020, and alleges “negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.” The client requests damages of $500,000. DiBrino denies the allegations.

First Allied Advisory discharged DiBrino on 7/18/2016, accusing him of failing to follow firm policies, and allowed an unregistered assistant to re-use client signatures, as well as working with the assistant to alter signed client documents. DiBrino denied the allegations.

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