Meyer Wilson is currently representing investors who lost millions from accounts managed by former JP Morgan broker Edward Turley. If you suffered losses in an account managed by Turley, please contact us today for a free review of your case.
Turley, who has recently been terminated from JP Morgan, has generated over $63 million in damages across five pending customer claims. According to public records, every single one of the pending claims is over allegations of unauthorized and unsuitable trading and excessive use of margin. AdvisorHub reported in August that Turley was managing $1.6 billion in client assets and generated close to $30 million in annual revenue.
FINRA rules require that brokerage firms like JP Morgan diligently supervise their agents to make sure that their agents are not engaged in excessive, unauthorized, and unsuitable trading. If they don’t, they can be held liable for damages resulting from their agents’ misconduct.
Following financial losses caused by fraud, negligence, or misconduct, working with the right investment fraud legal team can make all the difference. Meyer Wilson devotes the necessary time and resources to prepare clients for their fight against the Wall Street machine. With a deep bench of proven professionals, we dedicate two lawyers and a securities arbitration paralegal to each case, and charge no fee unless a recovery is made. If you have lost money in an account managed by Edward Turley, please contact Meyer Wilson today.