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Blog Posts in May, 2018

Former Morgan Stanley broker Cornelius Peterson of Newton Massachusetts was recently barred from acting as a broker after allegedly participating in various fraud schemes that resulted in client ... Continue reading "Former Morgan Stanley Broker Cornelius Peterson Barred" »
Former NYLife Securities LLC broker Alan New has been the subject of multiple customer complaints relating to the sale of Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Funds. Alan New worked for NYLife Securities ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Investigates Former NYLife Securities LLC Broker Alan New for Selling Clients Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund" »
SEC Uncovers $85 Million Ponzi Scheme in Madison Timber Properties Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil lawsuit against Madison Timber Properties LLC, and its owner, ... Continue reading "Investment Fraud Attorneys at Meyer Wilson Receiving Calls from Victims in Madison Timber Alleged Ponzi Scheme" »
Fifth Third Securities, Inc. was fined by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) earlier this week for $4 million and was ordered to pay restitution of $2 million after the regulator ... Continue reading "Fifth Third Securities Sanctioned by FINRA for Failures Relating to Variable Annuity Exchanges" »
Ethan De Naray, currently a registered broker with Feltl & Company, was terminated from his position with Merrill Lynch in May of 2017 after allegedly using discretion in non-discretionary ... Continue reading "Former Merrill Lynch Broker Ethan De Naray Fired Amidst Allegations of Unauthorized Trading" »
A new bill called the Compensation for Cheated Investors Act would require FINRA to pay investment losses back to investors from a pool of funds. Unpaid arbitration awards would be funded by penalties ... Continue reading "Proposed Bill Would Make Sure Defrauded Investors Don't Get Stiffed" »
Certain stockbrokers use high-pressure sales tactics to get investors to invest in securities that may have significant risks the investors don't understand. Fast-talking brokers and enticing ... Continue reading "Were You Pressured to Invest in Securities You Didn't Understand?" »
The SEC is considering a ban on class-action lawsuits which would prevent investors from seeking financial damages for securities fraud. Under President Trump's agenda, the Securities Exchange ... Continue reading "SEC Considers Allowing Forced Arbitration to Ban Securities Class Actions" »
Former Wells Fargo broker Shane Springman was recently discharged for alleged firm and industry rule violations connected to borrowing money from two separate clients. Springman is not currently ... Continue reading "Borrowing Money from Clients Gets Former Wells Fargo Broker Shane Springman Discharged" »
Former Ameriprise advisor Li Lin Hsu was recently arrested on charges of wire fraud, money laundering, and obstruction of justice. Hsu allegedly defrauded customers by embezzling money that she had ... Continue reading "Allegations of Fraud, Money Laundering Lands Former Ameriprise Advisor Li Lin Hsu Behind Bars" »

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