Jeffrey Hawley (CRD#: 1131302) is a registered broker and investment advisor who is currently employed at Wells Fargo Clearing Services in Monroe, Louisiana. Mr. Hawley has been a representative of this Wells Fargo branch since 2008.
Recently, an investor filed a complaint alleging major losses due to unsuitable recommendations made by this broker. Specifically, the investor alleges that Mr. Hawley recommended purchases in risky Puerto Rico bonds. Here, our Puerto Rico bond losses attorneys review this investor complaint.
Puerto Rico Bond Losses: Jeffrey Hawley
In this case, the investor contends that Mr. Hawley misrepresented the risk of certain Puerto Rico bond fund investments. He believes that the bonds were unsuitable for his goals and objectives. Further, this investor also alleges that Mr. Hawley recommended continuing to hold the bonds when it was not reasonable to do so, thereby exposing him to additional financial losses. As of late June of 2018, this claim is still listed as pending by FINRA.
In recent years, Puerto Rico bonds have sustained major losses. Unfortunately, far too many brokers and brokerage firms misrepresented the risks of Puerto Rico bond investments to their customers. If you sustained serious losses in any type of Puerto Rico government bond, you should speak to an attorney who can review your claim and help you assess all of your available legal options.
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At Sonn Law Group, our investment fraud lawyers have extensive experience handling the full range of Puerto Rico bond losses claims. If you sustained major losses in unsuitable Puerto Rico bonds, please contact our law firm today for free legal guidance.
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