Articles Tagged with Structured products investment attorney

shutterstock_156562427-300x200The attorneys at Gana Weinstein LLP are investigating BrokerCheck records reports that financial advisor Kultar Bindra (Bindra), currently employed by Truist Investment Services, Inc. (Truist) has been subject to at least two customer complaints during the course of his career.  According to records kept by The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Bindra’s customer complaint alleges that Bindra recommended unsuitable investments in structured products and makes allegations concerning the misrepresentation of the product among other allegations of misconduct relating to the handling of their accounts.

In August 2023 a customer complained that Bindra violated the securities laws by alleging that Bindra recommended an investment made on July 28, 2020 was misrepresented regarding the term and rate of return. The claim alleges damages and settled for $14,954.

Structured products are a class of derivative products that derive their performance from market linked data.  A structured product generally references a source against which market risk is taken. The source can be a single security, a basket of securities such as a market index, commodities, interest rates, or a real estate loan portfolio. The variety of products that can be structured demonstrates the difficulty in formulating a single unified definition of a structured product.

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