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Did you suffer investment losses after working with Ben Dembla (also known as B. Dembla or Bhenoy Dembla), a broker and financial advisor registered with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) through the Chicago, Illinois branch of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated (Merrill Lynch) If so, the attorneys of Investment Loss Recovery Group want to help you. We are now investigating potential complaints against Mr. Dembla and Merrill Lynch.

Our law firm works with clients nationwide who have lost money due to the negligence and/or misconduct of brokers and financial advisors whom they had trusted to provide sound investment advice and to ethically and responsibly handle their accounts. We bring more than 40 years of combined legal experience to our clients as well as in-depth knowledge of the financial services industry. Both of our attorneys have backgrounds as licensed securities brokers and as defense counsel for large Wall Street brokerage firms.

Contact us today if you incurred investment losses after working with Mr. Dembla or Merrill Lynch. We will review your potential claims in a free and confidential consultation.

Who Is Ben Dembla?

You can find information about Ben Dembla (or B Dembla, or Bhenoy Dembla) (CRD# 4357042) through a database available online and accessible by the public, the FINRA Central Registration Depository (CRD) and FINRA BrokerCheck Report.

Mr. Dembla is not currently registered as a broker with any firm. Mr. Dembla had previously worked in the financial services industry since 2001. Over the course of his career, he has been registered with FINRA through the Chicago, Illinois office of Merrill Lynch:

  • Merrill Lynch in Chicago, IL. (2001-2016)

What are the Customer Disputes Reported on Ben Dembla’s FINRA Brokercheck?

FINRA Brokercheck records reflects four customer dispute disclosures, an employment separation as well as a regulatory disclosure. The customer dispute disclosures are all dated between 2016-2017, alleging unsuitable investment recommendation made between 2010-2016. The customer disputes all appear to have been settled. In August 2016, Merrill Lynch reports what appears to be an employment discharge after management appears to have lost confidence in Mr. Dembla. In February 2019 there appears to be a FINRA regulatory disclosure reflecting an Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) agreeing (without admitting or denying the allegations) to an indefinite bar from the securities industry in all capacity.

How Can You Recover Investment Losses Involving Mr. Dembla or Merrill Lynch?

If you suffered investment losses involving Mr. Dembla or Merrill Lynch due to excessive or unsuitable trading or if you suspect your accounts or investments were handled negligently or improperly for any reason, you may wish to seek legal advice and a no-cost review of your accounts or investments as soon as possible. You may be entitled to a recovery of your losses in addition to other damages. You may also have the right to file a private, confidential FINRA complaint against any broker, or brokerage firm that failed to properly handle your investment account, or may have failed to adequately supervise your investment accounts, or Mr. Dembla’s conduct as a broker and financial advisor.

The skilled securities arbitration and investment fraud lawyers of Investment Loss Recovery Group have an insider’s view of the legal and regulatory issues that can affect a case, and we understand how brokerage firms evaluate these matters. We can review your case and present you with a strategic plan to help you recover your investment losses as expeditiously as possible.

We serve clients throughout the country. Contact us today for a free consultation and find out more about how we can assist you.