Levin Law, P.A. is pursuing multiple Northstar Financial Services-related claims against United States-based brokerage firms and banks.
Former registered broker and investment advisor Ching-Yun Linda Fang has been named in a $2.3 million customer dispute involving the recommendation of a Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) Ltd. investment. Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) Ltd. is currently in liquidation after filing for bankruptcy in 2020.
The investment and securities fraud law firm Levin Law, P.A. represents investors who have suffered losses after being recommended and sold unsuitable investments, including those with Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) Ltd. Brokerage firms may be held liable through a FINRA arbitration claim for their representative’s misrepresentations, negligence, and breach of fiduciary duty as well as their own failure to supervise.
If you invested in a Northstar (Bermuda) investment and suffered substantial losses, contact Levin Law, P.A. at (305) 402-9050 or email email@example.com for a free case evaluation.
As our firm previously discussed, Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) Ltd. (“Northstar”) has been embroiled in legal battles for the past two years. Northstar was acquired by Greg Lindberg-owned company Global Bankers in 2018. Lindberg currently serves over 7 years in prison on corruption charges after prosecutors alleged that he bribed a government official.
Shortly after the billionaire’s conviction, Northstar investors began seeking to liquidate their investments, but redemption requests were not honored. As a result, the company’s deficit is believed to exceed $260 million.
The Bermuda-based company offered several fixed- and variable-rate investment plans and annuity-like insurance products. Brokerage firms throughout the United States recommended and sold Northstar offerings.
Investors were reportedly told that the investments were safe and conservative with relatively low risk. Northstar allegedly paid large commissions and bonuses to brokers who recommended their products.
Brokerage firms can be held responsible for a broker’s material misrepresentations, failure to disclose risks, and omissions that result in losses to an investor. In addition, a brokerage firm may be found in violation of FINRA Conduct Rule 3110 for failing to properly and adequately supervise their advisors.
According to publicly available information, Ching-Yun Linda Fang, aka Linda Fang, has been named in a pending customer dispute for allegedly misrepresenting the features of an investment product. The client is requesting damages in the amount of $2.3 million.
Ms. Fang was employed with Cetera Investment Services LLC from March 2015 until May 2018. Prior to her employment with Cetera, she worked with a number of firms, including Unionbanc, Wells Fargo, and Merrill Lynch. She is no longer a registered broker or investment adviser.
If you have suffered losses as a result of investing in Northstar (Bermuda), contact Levin Law, P.A. for a free case evaluation. It is believed that brokers and financial advisors employed at brokerage firms across the country made unsuitable recommendations and material misrepresentations regarding Northstar offerings.
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