Former Raymond James broker, James Edward Lyons, was discharged from Raymond James after client allegations of unauthorized trading in April of 2017.
James Lyons, who is not currently registered, has been accused of unauthorized trading most recently, but also has several other customer complaints in the past. Before working at Raymond James starting in 2013, James Lyons worked at Morgan Keegan & Company in Shreveport, Louisiana.
What is Unauthorized Trading?
“Unauthorized trading” occurs when a broker does not obtain authorization from their client before conducting trades in a customer account. Brokers who do not obtain authorization breach their ethical obligations and violate federal and state laws and rules and regulations of the securities industry. You can read more about unauthorized trading on our blog.
If you have lost money through unauthorized trading, an experienced investment attorney can help you recover. Call the attorneys at Meyer Wilson for a free and confidential case evaluation.
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