Meyer Wilson is investigating allegations that Seth Stewart, an Indiana-based broker, engaged in the misrepresentation of unsuitable, illiquid, alternative investments. Stewart is no longer registered to sell securities, but he is still a licensed investment adviser representative, working at a firm called Brookstone Financial. He previously worked for the brokerage firm Center Street Securities, Inc.
Stewart has three customer disputes pending against him. All allege that Stewart sold them unsuitable, high risk, illiquid investments. FINRA rules require a broker to have a reasonable basis that the recommended investment strategy or transaction is in the best interest for the customer. Failure to do so may result in liability for recommending unsuitable investments.
If you were sold illiquid and high risk investments by Seth Stewart, the experienced investment misconduct attorneys at Meyer Wilson are interested in hearing from you. Contact us today for a no-cost consultation to discuss your legal options.