Carrasco, Highley, UBS Financial Services: Allegations and Legal Proceedings Reviewed

Sue Financial Advisor, Investment Fraud Lawyers

It’s no small matter when a client’s trust is allegedly violated by those sworn to protect their financial interests. The most recent case in point involves a customer dispute involving advisors Franco Carrasco and Leslie Highley, who served at UBS Financial Services Inc. and UBS Financial Services Incorporated of Puerto Rico respectively. The allegations are indeed serious and warrant a closer look.

The Allegations

The crux of the matter revolves around the claim that the funds recommended by Carrasco and Highley were not in the best interest of the client. In layman’s terms, the advisors are accused of suggesting investments that were unsuitable and misrepresented. The client alleges that these actions led to damages exceeding $5,000.00. Carrasco’s tenure spanned from September 14th, 2009 to January 6th, 2023, while Highley was with the company from December 1st, 2011 to June 28th, 2013.

A Ray of Hope: FINRA Arbitration

However, all is not lost for investors who find themselves in such unfortunate circumstances. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, better known as FINRA, provides an arbitration platform that can help investors recover their losses. This process can serve as a lifeline for those who feel they’ve been wronged by their financial advisors.

Haselkorn & Thibaut: Your Allies in Investment Fraud Cases

That’s where Haselkorn & Thibaut comes in. As a national investment fraud law firm with offices in Florida, New York, North Carolina, Arizona, and Texas, they have made it their mission to assist investors in recovering losses. With over 50 years of experience under their belt and a staggering 98% success rate, they’ve proven to be a formidable ally for those seeking justice.

  • They’re currently investigating the allegations against Carrasco and Highley, as well as the companies involved.
  • They offer a free consultation for clients who believe they may have a case, which can be availed at 1-800-856-3352.
  • Perhaps most reassuringly, they operate on a “No Recovery, No Fee” policy, ensuring that clients won’t be charged unless their case is successful.

Allegations of investment fraud are serious and can have far-reaching consequences for the individuals involved. However, with the right help and resources, it’s possible to navigate these choppy waters and seek the justice that you deserve.

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