Soreide Law Group is currently investigating claims against the broker/investment advisor, currently listed with Morgan Stanley of Beverly Hills, California:

BARRY MARTIN SPEYER CRD#: 432002

According to FINRA’s BrokerCheck, available to the public on FINRA’s website, BARRY MARTIN SPEYER has been in the securities industry for 50 years.  Speyer has 9 “Disclosures” on his FINRA CRD report.  Of the 9 Disclosures, 8 are “Customer Disputes,” dating back to 1989.

In June of 2003, there was a Customer Dispute filed against Barry Speyer, with allegations of, “Customer alleges the representative engaged in unauthorized options trading.” The damages granted were, $18,030.00.

In March of 2009, a dispute against BARRY MARTIN SPEYER was settled for $250,000.00 following allegations of, “Customer claims, inter alia, that financial advisor purchased allegedly unsuitable auction rate securities in 2008.”

In January of 2019, there was a dispute filed with allegations of, “Claimant alleges inter alia, unsuitability with respect to investments – August 2014 – October 2018.” This “Customer Dispute” settled for $13,500.00.

In August of 2018, according to BrokerCheck, another customer dispute was filed against BARRY MARTIN SPEYER which is currently pending. “Claimant alleges, inter alia, unsuitability with respect to investments – Aug, 2007- Aug, 2013.”  The damages requested are, $750,000.00.

BARRY MARTIN SPEYER denies the allegations.

Speyer has been listed with 6 firms and is currently registered both as a broker and investment advisor since 6/1/2009 with:

MORGAN STANLEY

9665 WILSHIRE BLVD. SUITE 600

BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90212

If you’ve experienced investment losses due to the actions or recommendations of broker/financial advisor, BARRY MARTIN SPEYER, currently registered with Morgan Stanley of Beverly Hills, California, contact Soreide Law Group and speak to an experienced securities lawyer at no cost regarding the possible recovery of your financial losses through a FINRA arbitration at:  888-760-6552.

Soreide Law Group works on a contingency fee basis, and represents clients nationwide before FINRA.