Brokers are responsible for carefully considering their clients’ investment goals, long-term needs, risk tolerance, and current financial situations. If a broker recommends an investment that is unsuitable, given the clients’ investor profile, he or she can be held liable for making unsuitable investment recommendations.
Mr. Ashley Woodard has been a registered broker since 2004 and is currently registered with NYLife Securities LLC in Greenville, South Carolina. According to FINRA’s BrokerCheck report, he is the subject of 8 pending customer disputes in 2019 alone. All of the complaints allege that Woodard sold his customers alternative, illiquid, and unsuitable securities in either oil and gas or real estate. All of the complaints allege that the misconduct took place while Woodard was registered with three prior brokerage firms: Voya Financial Advisors, Capital Investment Group, Inc., and IFS Securities from 2011 to 2017.
Recovering from Broker Misconduct
Have you suffered losses after investing with Woodard? You could be entitled to redress your losses in FINRA arbitration against the responsible parties. Meyer Wilson is fully prepared to pursue justice on your behalf. All cases are handled on a purely contingency fee basis. There is no charge for an evaluation of your case.
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