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Former San Francisco Financial Advisor Costs Investors Over $62 million

Our FINRA arbitration lawyers at Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas (SSEK Law Firm at investorlawyers.com) are continuing to investigate investors’ claims of losses sustained while working with ex-J.P. Morgan Securities LLC broker, Edward Lawrence Turley

Already, SSEK Law Firm has filed a number of FINRA arbitration cases on behalf of customers requesting damages from Turley’s former broker-dealer. To date, investors who worked with Turley have filed FINRA claims alleging more than $62 million in losses. 

Customers of San Francisco Financial Advisor Seek More Than $62 Million in Damages 

Our broker misconduct attorneys at Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas (SSEK Law Firm at investorlawyers.com) are continuing to investigate claims of losses involving ex-J.P. Morgan Securities stockbroker, Edward L. Turley. 

Although Turley’s BrokerCheck record notes that he is still registered with the brokerage firm, reports indicate that the San Francisco-based financial advisor is no longer with J.P. Morgan. AdvisorHub reports that according to sources, he either left the broker-dealer or was fired.

COVID Relief Loans Involved Undisclosed Business Outside Their Brokerage Firms 

According to InvestmentNews, ex-J.P. Morgan Securities broker Gloria Willis, former Merrill Lynch stockbroker Evelyn Batista, and ex-Wells Fargo financial advisor Kenric Sexton have either been barred or suspended from the securities industry.

These Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) sanctions were imposed after the self-regulatory organization (SRO) found that all three of them either inappropriately or incorrectly applied for federal COVID-relief loan programs geared towards small businesses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Old Mutual Investor Seeks Up To $500K in Damages

An investor from Mexico has filed a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration case against J.P. Morgan Securities over the losses she suffered in Old Mutual (Bermuda). The off-shore entity is owned by Greg Lindberg’s Global Bankers, which also owns Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda). 

The latter is already the subject of many FINRA arbitration claims against the broker-dealers and their registered representatives that unsuitably recommended products from that off-shore entity to its customers.

Unauthorized Trading and Abuse of Fiduciary Duty By Older Investor’s Grandsons 

A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panel has ruled that JP Morgan Securities (JPM) and its ex-brokers, Avi Elliot Schottenstein and Evan A. Schottenstein, must pay a senior investor $19M in her investment fraud claim over losses sustained from the unauthorized trading of complex products in her brokerage account. 

The claimant is Beverley Schottenstein of Bal Harbour, Florida, of the family that owns holding company Schottenstein Stores Corp. The two former JP Morgan registered representatives are her grandsons.

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