Giro Maddaluna - Experienced New Jersey Area Financial Professional

A longtime New Jersey resident, Giro Maddaluna graduated from Bridgewater-Raritan High School and remained in state to study accounting at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He served as a finance intern with UBS Financial Services while completing his bachelor’s degree and shortly after graduation joined the firm as a branch examiner. In this role, Giro Maddaluna assessed sales practice complaints and possible violations and evaluated branch protocols for adherence with internal, SEC, NYSE, and NASD regulations and standards.

While working as a senior auditor for Lehman Brothers Holdings, Giro Maddaluna conducted various internal audits, reviewed client accounts for appropriate allocation and monitoring, and presented audit findings and risk resolution measures to management. He more recently served as a senior auditor for Barclays Wealth, where he directed auditing of the managed account platform and performed on-site reviews at branch offices to ensure the proper degree of due diligence and oversight on client account assets.

Currently, Giro Maddaluna works in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, as a financial adviser for Eagle Strategies and New York Life. Working with individuals, families, and businesses, he helps each client build customized financial strategies to achieve their objectives in areas such as retirement and college savings, insurance and estate planning, and investment portfolio development.

New York Giants Sign James Morris from Practice Squad to Active Roster

A financial services professional with over a decade of experience, Giro M. Maddaluna works with individual and business clients as a financial advisor with New York Life in Saddle Brook, New Jersey. Outside of his professional activities, Giro Maddaluna enjoys skiing, golfing, and cheering on his favorite NFL team, the New York Giants.

In a recently released statement, the New York Giants announced that they had signed linebacker James Morris to the active roster ahead of their Week 13 game with the New York Jets. To make room for the move, the Giants waived cornerback Leon McFadden, who has only been with the team since October 21, 2015.

The 237-pound Morris was drafted into the NFL in 2014 by the New England Patriots and has been on the Giants practice squad since early September of this year. Prior to entering the league, Morris was a standout four-year linebacker at the University of Iowa, where he recorded 400 tackles, 10.5 sacks, and six interceptions.