Christopher R. Bice, a broker and investment adviser with Sagepoint Financial, Inc., has been accused of making unsuitable recommendations by several clients. Mr. Bice has a history of customer disputes. He was also previously discharged from employment with UBS Paine Webber after he allegedly directed an employee to sign a client’s name to a new account.
At Meyer Wilson, we are currently investigating claims involving Christopher Bice and other brokers accused of misconduct. If you or a loved one have sustained financial losses as a result of an unsuitable recommendation by your broker or investment adviser, contact our office at (614) 532-4576 for a free consultation.
Christopher R. Bice (Cubby Bice) is a Sagepoint Financial broker and an investment adviser. According to information provided on Christopher R. Bice’s (CRD #: 3222439) BrokerCheck report, he has five disclosures, including an employment separation after allegations from UBS Paine Webber. The other disclosures are all related to customer disputes.
As noted by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), in November 2018, a customer alleged that Bice engaged in several securities violations, including making unsuitable investment recommendations, overconcentration, and material misrepresentations. The client also alleged that the broker-dealer firm failed to supervise his recommendations. The matter was settled for $350,000.
In February of 2020, a customer alleged that Bice made recommendations for the purchase of private placements that were unsuitable. Later that year, another customer made similar allegations. The matter was eventually settled for $30,000. Most recently, a customer has alleged that Mr. Bice’s investment strategy was not a sound recommendation. The dispute is currently pending.
If you have sustained losses after working with Mr. Bice or another Sagepoint Financial representative, contact our office at (614) 532-4576 for a free consultation. Given the number of customer complaints against Mr. Bice and Sagepoint Financial, it is important for investors to act quickly to protect their rights. All consultations are free of charge and without obligation to retain our services. Call now to discuss your legal options.
At Meyer Wilson, we represent investors nationwide who have suffered financial losses due to fraud or misconduct. Our investor claim attorneys have handled over 1,000 claims, recovering over $350,000,000 since 1999. Cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning there are no fees unless money is recovered on your behalf. Call our office now to speak directly with an attorney about the investment misconduct you experienced.