Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. Investment Losses
Recover your losses caused by Cambridge Investment Research!
Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. is a privately-owned broker-dealer
that offers products such as
mutual funds, money management platforms,
equity indexed annuities, college savings plans, certificate of deposits, and life insurance services.
In business for over 28 years, Cambridge is headquartered in Fairfield,
Iowa and supports over 1,600 representatives/advisors.
A securities brokerage firm licensed by FINRA, Cambridge Investment Research,
Inc. has a legal duty to supervise its brokers and its brokers' recommendations
to clients to ensure compliance with and prevent violations of the rules
of the security industry. When an individual broker is negligent or acts
in an unlawful manner against the interests of the client and that client
suffers damages as a result of such wrongdoing, the firm may be held liable
for the investor's losses.
Misconduct Claims Against Cambridge Investment Research
Do you have a claim against Cambridge Investment Research? Like any other
broker-dealer firm or financial advisor, Cambridge Investment Research
is required to abide by securities industry regulations. If they fail
to do so, a regulatory agency like FINRA or the SEC can penalize them
with a fine or required restitution. Brokers can even be permanently barred
from the securities industry.
One of the more common claims against brokerage firms and stockbrokers is
failure to supervise. Financial advisors have a duty to perform adequate supervision of their
clients' investment portfolios. If they fail to do so, the investor
can suffer substantial losses. Similarly, investment firms can fail to
supervise their registered brokers or fail to have adequate supervisory
systems in place so operations run smoothly and according to industry
Another common type of investment misconduct is
misrepresentation. When a stockbroker fails to mention vital information or they omit certain
other pertinent pieces of information, investors can suffer. If you believe
your financial advisor failed to inform you of something and you lost
a significant amount of money because of it, you may have a misrepresentation
or omission claim.
This is by no means a comprehensive list of the types of investment fraud
Cambridge Investment Research and its registered advisors could be guilty
of. If you suspect that something is wrong but you aren't quite sure
what, we encourage you to contact our firm for a free consultation.
Discuss Your Case with Our Securities Fraud Attorneys
It takes considerable resources, both professional and financial, to pursue
claims against investment firms like Cambridge Investment Research, Inc.
Meyer Wilson’s investment loss attorneys possess those resources
because we have collectively spent over 50 years exclusively practicing
in the field of securities fraud and arbitration. We conduct careful investigations
and aggressively pursue claims against firms like Cambridge Investment
in federal- and state-level courts, as well as in arbitration with the
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the American Arbitration
Authority (AAA), and private arbitration. Our efforts allowed us to reclaim
over $350 million for our clients.
Meyer Wilson securities fraud and arbitration lawyers are here to recover
investor losses, so to determine whether you have a case against Cambridge
Investment Research, Inc. for your losses, call us or complete our online
form for a
free case evaluation.