The investment fraud lawyers at the law firm of Meyer Wilson are investigating potential legal claims involving financial advisor Richard Mark Braverman (CRD#: 1023227).
Braverman is a registered representative of Geneos Wealth Management, Inc., and maintains offices in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He has been associated with Geneos since 2008. Regulatory records show that Braverman has worked in the securities industry for about 39 years and been associated with nine different firms during that timeframe.
Braverman is the subject of two currently pending customer complaints involving allegations of unsuitable investment recommendations. The cases allege combined losses of approximately $1.2 million.
Another complaint involving Braverman and alleging unsuitable investments was settled in 2020.
Under securities industry rules, brokerage firms like Geneos are required to supervise their representatives’ securities recommendations to its customers. If it can be shown that a financial advisor sold unsuitable investments to a customer, then the supervising brokerage firm may be held legally responsible for the customer’s losses resulting from the unsuitable investments.
Since 1999, the investment fraud lawyers at the law firm of Meyer Wilson have helped recover over $350 million in awards, judgments, and settlements on behalf of their clients.
If you are a client of Richard Braverman and have questions about the investments he sold to you, contact us today for a complimentary consultation. We handle all investor cases on a contingency fee basis and get paid only if we recover money for our clients.