Investment fraud attorney, recovering a lost investment

Do you have millions in investment losses?

Attorney Daniel Bakondi focuses on recovery in large and complex investment loss cases. Having obtained millions of dollars in judgments and settlements in many types of securities litigation and arbitration matters, Mr. Bakondi’s focus is maximizing your recovery. Some cases can be taken on a contingency fee basis.

If a broker has committed fraud, or been indicted by a regulatory agency such as the SEC, and your investment has suffered, you may have a case against the responsible financial institution. Many investors are not even aware of which financial institution processed a transaction, or that such a firm had a responsibility to do due diligence before approving a product for sale. Brokerage firms registered with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority are responsible for the conduct of their brokers.

Indictments of brokers such as Investors Capital Corp’s broker in Massachusetts, or the Michael J. Oppenheim and Alexandra Oppenheim case in which a JP Morgan Chase investment advisor was arrested (http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/04/16/jpmorgan-investment-adviser-fraud/25891775/), or other investment clubs, may often give rise to civil liability against the financial institution that hired the broker and approved investment transactions.

If you have significant losses, please contact Mr. Bakondi today for an assessment of your options and investment loss recovery strategies.

(415) 450 – 0424

danielbakondi@yahoo.com

The Law Office of Daniel Bakondi
Attorney Daniel A. Bakondi, Esq.
870 Market Street, Suite 1157
San Francisco CA 94102

This does not create an attorney client relationship or constitute legal advice. The law limits the time you have to take action. Attorney licensed in California and performs securities arbitrations nationwide.

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About California Litigation Attorney

As a litigation attorney in California, I handle business, property, investment and securities fraud and negligence, including broker and financial advisor cases in court and FINRA securities arbitration.
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