The Law Firm of David Chase, representing defrauded stock market investors throughout the country, is investigating the Form U-5 statements made by ProEquities, the former employing brokerage firm of stockbroker Michael Patrick McTigue, concerning the circumstances surrounding McTigue’s voluntary resignation from the firm.
ProEquities indicated that it had discovered “issues” during a branch inspection of the office Michael McTigue concerning: use of an unapproved email address, use of an unapproved performance report, customer signature discrepancies on firm paperwork, frequent trading of mutual fund A shares, breakpoint sales of mutual funds, unapproved marketing materials, and undisclosed outside business activity. According to ProEquities, it raised these issues to stockbroker Michael McTigue and requested an explanation, but Michael McTigue resigned before submitting an explanation.
If you invested with Michael McTigue and ProEquities and suffered investment losses, particularly due to frequent trading in mutual funds, you may be able to recover some or all of your losses. David Chase, a stockbroker fraud attorney, is experienced in recovering investor losses due to stockbroker misconduct through the FINRA arbitration process.
FINRA arbitration is a fast, efficient way to attempt to recover your lost investment funds due to excessive trading, unauthorized trading and unsuitable investment recommendations. The Law Firm of David Chase, a financial advisor fraud law firm headed by stockbroker fraud attorney David Chase, works on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay it nothing unless it recovers money for you.
The Law Firm of David Chase represents defrauded investors nationwide. If you have questions about your ability to recover your investment losses, please contact David Chase for a consultation at email@example.com or toll-free at (800) 760-0912.