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Financial Advisor Misconduct

The investment attorneys working with the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky can help you pursue a financial advisor misconduct lawsuit. In order to prove that your investment advisor acted in a negligent way, it is necessary to engage a competent financial advisor misconduct lawyer. If you believe that you have been harmed by investment advisor misconduct, contact a financial advisor misconduct attorney today to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

There are many ways in which a financial advisor or financial planner might act in a negligent, dishonest, or incompetent manner that would cause direct harm to his or her clients. Financial advisors are different from brokers in that they can make decisions on behalf of clients without first asking for permission. Generally financial or investment advisors are very loyal to their clients because each gain for a client is also a gain for the advisors.

Investment or financial advisors can act in a negligent or deceitful fashion if they lie to their clients, make investments that a professional investor would be expected not to make, or omit facts. If an advisor loses money for his clients by acting in a negligent way, he or she could be financially liable for the losses.

It is often very difficult to prove if a financial advisor made an honest mistake or if he or she acted in a negligent or dishonest manner. It is for this reason that a skilled financial misconduct attorney can help you pursue justice.

Our attorneys handle the following types of financial advisor and investment advisor misconduct:

  • Deceptive Sales Practice
  • Financial Advisor Negligence
  • Misrepresentation of facts
  • Selling Bad Products
  • Failure to disclose fees and other relevant information
  • Failure to diversify assets
  • Over-concentrating funds
  • Unsatisfactory Pension, IRA, 401(k), and 72t advice
  • White Collar Crime
  • Failure to adequately explain risks
  • Failure to track investments
  • Creation of unsuitable investment plan
  • Collateralized Mortgage Obligation Fraud (CMO Fraud)

If you suspect your financial advisor or investment advisor acted in a negligent or deceitful fashion, contact our attorneys today to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

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