Articles Tagged with Broker Fraud Lawyers

High-Net-Worth Investors Were Allegedly Targeted By Barred J.P. Morgan Securities Broker Antoine Souma. Our Investor Loss Lawyer Teams Are Investigating

If you suffered serious losses while working with former Beverly Hills financial advisor Antoine Nabih Souma, contact Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas Investor Loss Lawyer Teams ( During his 21 years in the industry, Souma was a registered representative at five brokerage firms, including J.P. Morgan Securities, Morgan Stanley, and Insigneo Securities (and also an investment adviser with Galliott Capital Advisors). A former top 100-Barron’s broker leading a team overseeing $3B in assets, he was barred by the Financial Industry in 2023 following allegations of excessive trading and other kinds of broker misconduct.

In 2019, JP Morgan Securities consented to pay $14M to settle a stockbroker fraud claim brought by one client of Souma’s who blamed him for a $20M loss. In 2022, an investor filed a $2M investment loss recovery lawsuit accusing Souma of margin abuse, unauthorized trading, and churning.

Can I Get my Investment Losses Back?

Our Broker Fraud Lawyers May Be Able To Help 

Not all investment losses warrant grounds for financial recovery. Some investor losses can happen and no wrongdoing was involved.

Can International Investors Pursue Their Northstar (Bermuda) Losses From Cetera Investment Services?

Chinese Investor Sues US-Based Broker-Dealer For Up to $500K in Damages

If you are a foreign national who suffered losses after Cetera Investment Services or another US-based broker-dealer marketed and sold you Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) investments, know that there are legal remedies available to you for recovering your losses. This includes, potentially, suing the brokerage firm and their registered representative in Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration.

Why The Parking REIT Investors May Want To Explore Their Legal Options

Our Broker Fraud Lawyers Are Investigating The Broker-Dealers Over Alleged Investment Scam

With so many The Parking REIT investors appearing to have lost more than 50% of their investment in a purported investment scheme, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( are continuing to investigate the brokerage firms that marketed and sold shares in this former non-traded real estate investment trust (non-traded REIT). If you are someone who invested in The Parking REIT (now called Mobile Infrastructure Corp.), contact us here today to request your free, no-obligation case assessment.

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