Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Wells Fargo Advisors is a subsidiary of Wells Fargo. The subsidiary was formerly known as Wachovia Securities until May 1, 2009, when it legally changed names following Wells Fargo's acquisition of Wachovia Corporation. The firm provides a wide array of services, including advisory services, asset management, brokerage services, estate planning strategies, and retirement planning. Wells Fargo Advisors is one of the top five largest brokerage firms in the United States with over $1 trillion retail client assets under management and more than 15,000 financial advisors.FINRA Arbitration Lawyer for Wells Fargo Advisors Investors Nationwide
Wells Fargo Advisors has been the subject of numerous past regulatory events and arbitration proceedings. Some of these past regulatory events and arbitration proceedings included claims involving fraud, misrepresentation, negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, omissions, unsuitable investments, churning, mismanagement of accounts, and failure to supervise. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) oversees broker-dealer and stockbroker practices and enforces its rules to protect investors and uphold industry standards. FINRA also provides potential investors with useful research tools on its website. Investors considering opening an account at Wells Fargo Advisors should perform their own due diligence by reviewing the broker-dealer's regulatory history and stockbroker's history of conduct. To begin investigating Wells Fargo Advisors and/or its registered representatives, please visit BrokerCheck.Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation with an Aggressive Attorney with Experience in FINRA Arbitrations and Wells Fargo Advisors
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