Signator Investors, Inc. Investment Attorney
The law offices of Gana Weinstein LLP represents securities investors that have disputes with their financial advisors or brokerage firms, such as Signator Investors, Inc. (Signator). Investment related misconduct that our firm has represented clients concerning includes securities fraud, unsuitable investment products, private placements, and unauthorized trading. Our firm’s attorneys can analyze your investment accounts and determine if there was actionable misconduct by the financial advisor or brokerage firm.
Signator is a broker dealer with approximately 1,600 financial advisors in over 30 branch offices across the United States known as the John Hancock Financial Network. The firm boasts of a comprehensive range of investment and protection products from leading carriers.
Signator is affiliated with, under common control, or otherwise performs business under the company names John Hancock Distributors, Inc and Manulife Financial.
Signator – By the Numbers:
- CRD# 468
- SEC# 8-13995
- 11 Regulatory Events
- 12 Customer Complaints
- Total Revenues: $265 million - 2012
- Total Client Assets: $10.4 billion – 2012
- Retail Offices: 31
- Representatives: 1,602 - 2012
Signator – In the News:
In re James Glover – A Signator broker reached settlement with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) resulting in a permanent bar from the securities industry. FINRA alleged that while Glover was employed by Signator, the broker misappropriated customer funds and sold unregistered securities products. Glover was associated with Signator from 1998 through May 2012. While associated with Signator, FINRA alleged that Glover wrongfully sold private placements, limited liability companies, and real estate related ventures. At least 25 customer complaints have been filed against Signator concerning the firm’s failure to supervise Glover’s business activities. Nearly all of the customer complaints accuse Glover of selling fraudulent real estate related securities and of mishandling the customer’s accounts.
Investors often believe that if they complain about the misconduct to their brokerage firm that their losses will be compensated. However, firms rarely admit to wrongdoing and compensate aggrieved investors. Our attorneys has successfully represented hundreds of investors in their broker disputes with their advisor firms. Our consultations are free and we welcome all inquiries.