Broker Bryan Bordelon (Raymond James, Morgan Keegan) Facing Investor Disputes
FINRA BrokerCheck indicates that investors alleged inappropriate sales practices involving securities broker Bryan Kirk Bordelon (CRD#: 3175386, New Orleans, Louisiana). It appears that the disclosures involving Bordelon concern his employment at Raymond James Associates Inc. (he has been a securities broker and financial advisor since 2013) and Morgan Keegan Company (his employer from 2001 to 2013). You’ll want to review the allegations of unsuitable trading and misrepresentation as reported on BrokerCheck. However, be mindful that the securities broker denies alleged unreasonable sales practices.
Raymond James Client Alleges Unsuitable Structured Product By Bryan Bordelon
Firstly, a Raymond James client took issue with Bryan Bordelon’s actions, per a dispute on July 28, 2021. Specifically, the investor alleges improper sales practices, including unsuitable trading (July 20, 2018, to July 28, 2021). Supposedly, the client realized damages because of investments in structured products. Evidently, on October 29, 2021, Raymond James denied the client’s allegations and request for $31,456.45 in compensation in this investment dispute. Also, the broker denies the allegations of sales practice violations.
Morgan Keegan Company Client Alleges Unsuitability, Misrepresentation In Arbitration Claim About Bordelon
Particularly, a Morgan Keegan Company client took aim at Bryan Bordelon’s sales practices as a securities broker, as the client filed an investment dispute. Alleged inappropriate sales practices include misrepresentation and unsuitable trading. Consequently, the client contends that Bordelon’s actions led to damages on mutual funds. For this reason, Morgan Keegan Company acquiesced to resolving this matter, with no admission of liability, by paying the client $60,000 in damages.
Losses By Investing With Bryan Bordelon?
Apparently, securities broker Bordelon denies allegations of improper sales practices. Have you experienced investment losses by interacting with this broker? You should reach out to Soreide Law Group at (888) 760-6552 and speak with experienced counsel concerning a possible recovery. Soreide Law Group pursues investor dispute cases on a contingency fee basis. Also, we advance all costs. The law firm has recovered significant compensation for US clients who have experienced losses from securities brokers and financial advisors.