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Blog Posts in June, 2017

Former Merrill Lynch broker, Sylvester Knox, voluntarily resigned from his position after misconduct of unauthorized trading, unsuitable recommendations, and misrepresentation was alleged by his ... Continue reading "Broker Sylvester Knox Accused of Misrepresentation and Unauthorized Trading" »
Broker Kee Chan recently settled a case with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which accused him of mortgage-backed securities fraud while he was registered as a broker/dealer with Nomura ... Continue reading "Broker Kee Chan Settles Mortgage-Backed Securities Fraud Allegations With SEC" »
Stockbroker Steven Luftschein is under investigation for unauthorized trading and other stockbroker misconduct. According to a June 2, 2017 BrokerCheck report from the Financial Industry Regulatory ... Continue reading "Steven Luftschein Under Investigation for Alleged Unauthorized Trading, Other Stockbroker Misconduct" »
The investor fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are interested in speaking with you if you had money invested by Robert Rotunno, who is accused by several of his former customers of stockbroker ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Investigating Broker Robert Rotunno for Alleged Stockbroker Misconduct" »
Former Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. broker Mark Speakman was recently sentenced to 60 months in prison for defrauding his clients more than $1.1 million in an investment fraud scheme between ... Continue reading "Former Ohio Financial Advisor Mark Speakman Sentenced For Defrauding Clients More Than $1.1 Million" »

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