Stockbroker arbitration lawyers are looking into accusations made against First Allied Securities, Inc. and broker Rami Yahalom regarding risky investments in AE Luxtera Investments II, LLC, a private technology start-up company. According to reports of a FINRA arbitration claim filed by investors, First Allied and Yahalom offered Luxtera to customers without disclosing sufficient information regarding the investment.
According to the allegations, Luxtera was represented as a late stage equity, which means that it was due for an initial public offering (IPO) within 12-36 months. Additionally, the complaints report that First Allied indicated expected revenues in excess of $300 million, when in reality the company had not achieved sales above $1 million.
This is not the first time stockbroker arbitration lawyers have received complaints regarding First Allied and private equity investments. If you suffered significant losses as a result of doing business with Rami Yahalom or First Allied, or received an unsuitable recommendation of advanced private equities from another stockbroker or financial advisor, you may be able to recover your losses through securities arbitration. To find out more about your legal rights and options, contact a stock fraud lawyer at the Law Office of Christopher J. Gray, P.C. at (866) 966-9598 or email@example.com for a no-cost, confidential consultation.