Meyer Wilson's Investigation into Next Financial Group

Next Financial Group continues to make headlines for a wide range of potential fraud, including elder abuse, excessive trading, failure to supervise, and more. This independent broker-dealer claims to specialize in serving baby boomers and retirees, and over the past decade has been subject to a growing number of fines and legal actions based on its alleged misconduct.

Meyer Wilson has been investigating Next Financial Group for years. Learn more about this company and its actions here.

According to recent reports, the issues that first raised both the attention of Meyer Wilson and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) continue to occur. It’s estimated that tens of millions of dollars in potential damages may have occurred in customer accounts, and given Next Financial Group’s history of misconduct, the investment fraud lawyers in Meyer Wilson believe it could be even worse than it appears at this time.

Our investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson have been investigating the actions of Next Financial Group brokers for years now, and we remain committed to protecting the rights of individual investors who were affected by broker misconduct and fraud. If you lost money investing with brokers working at this organization, call our firm at (800) 738-1960 today to discuss your situation with a member of our firm, or fill out our online form to schedule a free, in-depth consultation with an experienced investment fraud lawyer. Meyer Wilson has recovered over $350 million for its clients. All of the firm’s cases are handled on a contingency fee basis and a fee is only paid if the case is won.

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