If you invested in closed-end Puerto Rican municipal bond funds – either at the urging of your UBS advisor or on your own – you may be entitled to compensation for financial damages resulting from these misrepresented funds. The bond fraud attorneys at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter would be happy to meet with you free of charge to review your claim and help you determine if you have cause to file a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration claim.
To schedule your free consultation, call Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter at (866) 352-3476 today.
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UBS allegedly encouraged clients to take concentrated positions in closed-end Puerto Rican municipal bond funds, a recommendation that has forced thousands of high-end investors to liquidate their funds and face significant losses. UBS may have mislead investors to help bolster their Puerto Rican affiliate at the financial detriment of their investors. If this is found to be true, UBS may be held liable for damages faced by investors of all levels.
The bond fraud attorneys at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter have decades of combined experience helping victims of unscrupulous brokers get justice. Please contact us today to schedule your free consultation and learn more about your rights.