Meyer Wilson

Recovering Losses Caused By Investment Misconduct

Every broker and brokerage firm has a duty to their investors. That duty involves recommending suitable investments and overall acting in their clients’ best interests. If a broker or brokerage firm fails to follow act in a suitable or appropriate way and their investors sustain financial losses, those investors have the right to seek legal representation to recover their losses.
How Brokers Get Paid
Brokers Need Your Authorization
Duty of Broker to Recommend Appropriate Investments
Writing Checks Directly to Brokers
Check Brokers' Licenses Before You Hire Them
Investment Advisor Credentials
Registered Investment Advisers
Brokerage Firms Owe Investors a Fiduciary Duty
Brokerage Firms Have a Duty to Supervise Their Brokers

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