Meyer Wilson

Recovering Losses Caused By Investment Misconduct

Meyer Wilson is currently investigating investment losses resulting from the sale of reverse convertible bonds, reverse convertible notes, and other equity structured products and structured notes that may have been inappropriately recommended to investors. These products are often described by a broker as being like a bond, a typically safer short-term investment, but with promises of large interest payments. However, reverse convertibles are far more complex than a bond and often integrate many confusing options. If you have invested in a similar product, please contact the Meyer Wilson investment attorneys for help.
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