Ameriprise Financial Services broker James Kujawski is under investigation by FINRA for allegations that he participated in private securities transactions and failed to inform a prior employer, UBS Financial Services, of taking part in outside business activities.
According to his BrokerCheck report, Kujawski was terminated from UBS earlier this year for failure to notify the firm of his outside investments and business activities. Kujawski is a registered broker in Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has been with Ameriprise Financial Services since March 2018. He has been the subject of seven customer disputes, one of which is currently pending. The pending action, filed in state court in Maryland, alleges that Kujawski made false material representations regarding selling options.
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Clients should feel confident and comfortable when trusting a broker with their investments. When brokers take advantage of their clients and violate FINRA rules, investors who have lost money may be able to recover damages. If you suffered financial losses while working with Kujawski, Meyer Wilson would like to hear from you. Give our team of experienced investment fraud attorney’s a call at (614) 532-4576 today for a free case evaluation.
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