Articles Tagged with Nathan Lewis Securities

Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating David Gray, a former investment adviser with Cambridge Investment Research. Gray was accused of stealing money from an elderly customer, and he recently pled guilty to theft from an at-risk victim (which means either an elderly or disabled victim.) After he was investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Gray was sentenced to eight years in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $263,418. If you or someone you know lost money with David Gray, please call our securities law offices in Chicago to speak to an attorney about your options. You may be able to sue Cambridge in the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) forum for not reasonably supervising Gray and allowing him to make transgressions against his customers. We sue firms such as Cambridge on a contingency fee basis in order to recover losses. Please call today. The call is free with no obligation. 312-332-4200.

Gray was registered with The Stuart-James Company, Inernational Securities Group, Sprung and Wise Securities, R A F Financial Corp, Dean Witter Reynolds, Hanifen, Imhoff Securities Corp, Jesup & Lamont, BC Christopher Securities, Neidiger, Tucker, Bruner Inc., Barringer Ryan Vance, Equity Services, BMA Financial, Nathan & Lewis Securities, Cambridge Investment Research in Greenwood Village, Colorado from September 1999 until August 2013 and Ridgeway & Conger. He is not currently registered with any firm. He has one customer dispute against him and one criminal disposition. He is not licensed within the industry and the SEC barred him from acting as a broker and investment adviser, or otherwise associating with firms that sell securities or provide investment advice to the public.

Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Christopher P. Jordan, and his financial firm, National Planning Corporation (NPC) for allegedly selling at least one elderly client unsuitable investments. Allegedly, Jordan sold an 88-year old client an Allianz variable annuity, and FS Investments private placement, and a KBS non-traded REIT. These securities tend to be risky and illiquid and complex investments, and are sold to investors by their brokers so the broker can generate large commissions. A broker is required to conduct due diligence to understand the features of any product he sells, perform a reasonable analysis and provide disclosure about the risks and rewards associated with the particular product. If he does not, his brokerage firm can be liable for investment losses.

Jordan was registered with Cigna Securities in Radnor, Pennsylvania from May 1991 until April 1992, Nathan & Lewis Securities in New York, New York from April 1992 until November 1995 and Royal Alliance Associates in New York from November 1995 until February 2000. He is currently registered with NPC in Tarrytown, New York and has been since February 2000.

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