The investment fraud attorneys at Malecki Law are investigating potential claims by investors against Morgan Stanley stockbroker David H. Bindelglass. According to his BrokerCheck report maintained by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), Mr. Bindelglass, who works out of Morgan Stanley’s Paramus, New Jersey branch, has been the subject of at least three customer complaints.
Mr. Bindelglass is believed to have regularly recommended investments in Puerto Rican bonds to his clients. It is believed that Mr. Bindelglass may have recommended such investments in high concentrations. In high concentrations, even investments believed to be “safe” can be unsuitable and result in significant losses. If a financial advisor recommends investments in a concentration that is unsuitable, the investor may be entitled to recover some or all of their losses.
According to FINRA records, since 2006, Mr. Bindelglass has been accused by at least three different customers of recommending unsuitable investments. In each case, FINRA records indicate that those investors were able to recover for their losses.