Hynes was being investigated regarding his sale of Future Income Payments, LLC’s structured cash-flow investments.
The Sonn Law Group is investigating allegations that Gabriel Hynes broke FINRA Rules. If you or a family member has suffered losses investing, we want to discuss your case. Please contact us today for a free review of your case.
Gabriel Hynes refused to appear for on-the-record testimony requested by FINRA on December 16, 2019. FINRA is investigating the sale of Future Income Payments, LLC’s structured cash-flow investments comprised of pension streams by Hynes.
By refusing to appear, Hynes consented to a bar from association from any FINRA member firm in any capacity.
Hynes was registered with NYLife between 2001 and 2017. He was terminated in June 2017. He was then briefly associated with Kestra Investment Services, LLC.
In August 2017, Hynes consented to a three-month suspension and $10,000 fine imposed by FINRA, agreeing to findings that he participated in private securities transactions without providing prior written notification to his firm and maintained securities account at a member firm other than his employer member without providing written notification to either of them.
Hynes was named in a customer dispute in July 2018 alleging that beginning in 2017, Hynes misrepresented Future Income Payments, LLC as a safe investment which would provide monthly payouts of 8% on a “guaranteed basis.” The customer is seeking $1,425,000. This matter is still pending.
Contact Us Today
The Sonn Law Group is currently investigating allegations that brokers violated FINRA Rules. We represent investors in claims against negligent brokers and brokerage firms. If you or your loved one experienced investment losses, we are here to help. For a free consultation, please call us now at 866-827-3202 or complete our contact form.