The securities fraud team at Malecki Law is interested in investigating possible claims on behalf of investors who have complaints regarding broker and investment advisor Jeffrey A. Fladell. Registered with RBC Capital Markets, Fladell has been the subject of multiple investigations, customer disputes and settlements since 1987, according to Financial Industry’s Regulatory Authority (FINRA’s) BrokerCheck.
In 2014, there was a customer complaint reported against Fladell for alleged unsuitable investments and overconcentration in municipal bonds which was adverse to their investment objectives, and the claimant was granted $75,000 in damages. In another customer complaint involving similar securities misconduct allegations, the customer dispute was settled for $1,000,000 in 2013. Previous complaints registered with FINRA against Fladell involve allegations of unsuitability, overconcentration and misrepresentation dating back to 1987.
In 1992, National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) subjected him to a statutory disqualification as a result of his guilty plea to one misdemeanor count of submitting a false document to the IRS in connection with his income tax return. Fladell was previously registered with J.B. Hanauer & Co, Halpert and Company, Travelers Equities Sales, Swanton Securities, Hermes Securities and Bernard Schnitzer.
If you or a family member lost money with Jeffrey A. Fladell, please call the Securities Fraud attorneys at Malecki Law to discuss your options at (212) 943-1233. Initial consultation is free of charge. Malecki Law takes a proactive and informed approach to the financial news of today: actively engaging in fact-finding analysis on prospective cases from around the world. Our thorough knowledge of securities law’s history and fine points makes us ideal consultants for investors who have suffered losses due to misadvice from their broker or other financial counsel.