Meyer Wilson Investigating Claims Against Former Broker Paul Blum
The securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are currently investigating claims against former broker Paul V. Blum (CRD# 735003).
According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), former RBC Capital Markets, LLC broker Paul Blum (CRD# 735003) has ten pending customer disputes against him.
The disputes against Blum include a variety of allegations over the handling of client portfolios, investments, and recommendations. The damages requested total nearly $6 million.
While FINRA has not barred Blum from acting as a broker or investment advisor, or associating with any firms, he has not been registered with any firm since leaving RBC Capital Markets based out of West Palm Beach, FL in November of 2015. He is not currently licensed to act as a broker or as an investment advisor according to FINRA.
Blum also has nine previously settled customer disputes in his record from 1995 to 2016 for misrepresenting investments, misrepresenting bonds, and excessive trading. A total of more than $1 million was granted in damages.
Blum was registered with RBC Capital Markets based out of West Palm Beach, FL from October of 2009 to November of 2015. He was previously registered with:
- J.B. Hanauer & Co. based out of West Palm Beach, FL
- Prudential-Bache Securities, Inc. based out of New York, NY
- J.B. Hanauer & Co. based out of Parsippany, NJ
If you lost money investing with former RBC Capital Markets broker Paul Blum, contact the securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson today for a free case consultation. Our securities fraud lawyers handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, so you won’t be charged any fees unless we successfully help you recover your losses.