The securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson are currently investigating claims against broker and investment adviser Samuel Koltun (CRD# 1739664).
According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) BrokerCheck report, RBC Capital Markets, LLC broker and investment adviser Samuel K. Kolton (CRD# 1739664) is currently the subject of three pending customer disputes. He was previously settled two other customer disputes, and signed a Letter of Acceptance, Waiver & Consent (AWC) to settle an action brought against him by the National Association of Securities Dealers.
The pending customer disputes were filed between October 16, 2015 and September 19, 2016. The customers involved in all three disputes claim that Kolton made unsuitable recommendations and over-concentrated their funds in Puerto Rico bonds.
The two settled disputes were filed on June 12, 2000 and October 16, 2015 and also alleged that Kolton over-concentrated their funds in Puerto Rico bonds. The customers received a total of $494,000 in damages.
Kolton is currently registered with RBC Capital Markets, LLC based out of West Palm Beach, FL. Prior to that, he was registered with J. b. Hanauer & Co. based out of West Palm Beach, FL.
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