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Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Scott Muirhead, who was recently barred from the industry by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Allegedly, Muirhead engaged in unapproved private securities transactions, also known as “selling away.” This is when a broker offers and sells a security that is not held by his brokerage firm. It is typically to gain commissions that do not need to be shared with his firm. It is against securities rules and regulations. If you invested money with Scott Muirhead, you may be able to recover your losses in the FINRA arbitration forum on a contingency fee basis. To talk about your possible claim with one of our securities attorneys, please call our Chicago-based offices at 312-332-4200 today. The call is free with no obligation. We sue firms such as Merrill Lynch to recover money lost.

Muirhead was registered with Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp in Dallas, Texas from June 2006 until April 2008, Princor Financial Services Corp in Sachse, Texas from April 2008 until September 2010, Bright Trading in Las Vegas, Nevada from September 2010 until March 2011, Signator Investors in Dallas, Texas from June 2011 until June 2012, Multi-Finance Securities in Sachse from June 2012 until November 2012 and Merrill Lynch in Jacksonville, Florida from March 2014 until December 2014. He has one criminal disposition against him. He is not licensed and has been barred from the industry, according to his FINRA online BrokerCheck report.

Did you invest money with Noyeg Arkoian and US Bancorp Investments? If so, the securities attorneys at Stoltmann Law Offices are interested in speaking to you. You may be able to bring a claim against US Bancorp Investments for failing to reasonably supervise their registered representatives such as Noyeg Arkoian, who recently entered into a Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for allegedly accepting three separate loans from two firm customers, collectively totaling $17,750. This is against securities rules and regulations. In February 2014, Arkoian accepted a loan of $15,000 from one of her customers at the firm. In October 2014 and May 2015, she allegedly accepted loans of $2,000 and $750, respectively, from another customer. For this, she was suspended from the industry for three months and fined $5,000.

According to her online FINRA BrokerCheck report, Arkoian was registered with Cal Fed Investments, WM Financial Services, Citicorp Investment Services, Citigroup Global Markets, Wells Fargo Investments, Western International Securities, UnionBanc Investment Services and U.S. Bancorp Investments in Las Vegas, Nevada from June 2012 until July 2015. She has two customer disputes against her. Please call our securities law offices today in order to speak to an attorney for free about your options of suing US Bancorp in the FINRA arbitration process on a contingency fee basis.

Two Men Convicted in Fraud Scheme


Anthony Brandel of Las Vegas, Nevada and James Warras of Waterford, Wisconsin were convicted by a federal jury of conspiracy, wire fraud and securities fraud. Both men allegedly worked with a Swiss company, Malom Group AG. They asked investors for up-front payments to access investment opportunities and to make cash loans for profit. Both were also accused of forging bank documents to deceive investors, which included a sworn affidavit from Warras. Both will be sentenced in March.

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