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Ralph A. Jackson

Senior Vice President

Morgan Stanley & Co.

HQ Phone:  (212) 761-4000

Direct Phone: (213) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.com

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Morgan Stanley & Co.

1585 Broadway

New York City, New York,10036

United States

Company Description

Morgan Stanley Investment Management, together with its investment advisory affiliates, has more than 590 investment professionals around the world and $406 billion in assets under management or supervision as of June 30, 2016. Morgan Stanley Investment Manage...more

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MLB All-Star Sues Former Broker, UBS Over Private Placements

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Five-time Major League baseball player Mike Sweeney is suing UBS Financial Services and his former broker, Ralph A. Jackson III, for $7.6 million over risky private placements that subsequently turned sour.
As reported July 9 by Investment News, Sweeney was first introduced to Jackson in the late 1990s; at the time, Jackson was with Salomon Smith Barney. As an unsophisticated investor, Sweeney reportedly relied extensively on Jackson to invest his money conservatively, according to the claim. In January 2002, after Jackson moved to UBS, Sweeney's portfolio was 73% invested in municipal bonds, in addition to some large-cap stocks, according to the suit. Over the course of the next five years, however, Jackson put $6.85 million of his portfolio into 11 private-equity investments that were misrepresented as safe and suitable. The investments ultimately lost nearly $5 million, the suit alleges. Sweeney further claims that Jackson moved another $2.7 million into two private-equity investments without his knowledge. Jackson joined Morgan Stanley in 2008.


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The suit alleges that Mr. Sweeney's broker at UBS, Ralph A. Jackson III, invested half his multimillion-dollar portfolio in a series of risky private placements that turned sour.
Mr. Sweeney was introduced to Mr. Jackson in 1997 or 1998 when the broker was with Salomon Smith Barney, according to the suit. As an unsophisticated investor, Mr. Sweeney was "heavily reliant" on Mr. Jackson to invest his money conservatively, the claim alleges. In January 2002, when Mr. Jackson moved to UBS, Mr. Sweeney's portfolio was 73% invested in municipal bonds, in addition to some large-cap stocks, according to the suit. Over the next five years, however, Mr. Jackson put $6.85 million of Mr. Sweeney's portfolio into 11 private-equity investments that were misrepresented as safe and suitable, the suit alleges. Mr. Sweeney also claims that Mr. Jackson moved another $2.7 million into two private-equity investments without his knowledge. Mr. Jackson joined Morgan Stanley in 2008. A message left for Mr. Jackson wasn't returned. The firm and Mr. Jackson haven't yet responded to the charges, according to court filings.


www.investmentnews.com

The suit, alleges that Mr. Sweeney's broker at UBS, Ralph A. Jackson III, invested half of his multimillion-dollar portfolio in a series of risky private placements that subsequently turned sour.
In January 2002, when Mr. Jackson moved to UBS, Mr. Sweeney's portfolio was 73% invested in municipal bonds, in addition to some large-cap stocks, according to the suit. Over the next five years, however, Mr. Jackson put $6.85 million of his portfolio into 11 private-equity investments that were misrepresented as safe and suitable, ultimately losing $4.9 million, the suit alleges. Mr. Sweeney also claims that Mr. Jackson moved another $2.7 million into two private-equity investments without his knowledge. Mr. Jackson joined Morgan Stanley in 2008. The firm and Mr. Jackson have not yet responded to the charges, according to court filings.


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Five-time Major League baseball player Mike Sweeney is suing UBS Financial Services and his former broker, Ralph A. Jackson III,...


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