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Vladimir Eydelman, Morgan Stanley: Criminal Charges for Fraud, Broker Alert

Screen Shot 2014-10-24 at 12.19.38 PMVladimir Eydelman, Morgan Stanley: Criminal Charges for Fraud, Broker Alert

Morgan Stanley broker Vladimir Eydelman, New York, is currently not registered with any state or firm. The investment recovery lawyers at StockBrokerLawyer.com are ready to help additional customers recover their investment losses from investors who have complaints regarding Mr. Eydelman (CRD# 2697580) or Morgan Stanley.

Vladimir Eydelman has almost twenty years giving investment advice, in New York, for Morgan Stanley and Oppenheimer & Company. He is currently not registered with any state or firm, making the time to act to seek compensation on your losses even shorter.

According to the FINRA BrokerCheck report, Vladimir Eydelman, Morgan Stanley and Oppenheimer & Company, has four customer complaints, one regulatory sanction, one pending civil action, and one pending criminal charge. He was discharged from Morgan Stanley.

In 2014, criminal charges were filed against Vladimir Eydelman in the US District Court for the District of New Jersey. The charges include one felony count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and tender offer fraud, four felony counts of tender offer fraud, and nine counts of insider trading securities fraud. The action remains pending.

In 2014 the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed a complaint against Vladimir Eydelman, that alleged he was engaged in insider trading “around more than a dozen mergers or other corporate transactions for illicit profits of $5.6 million during a four-year period.” The action remains pending.

In 2014, a customer complained that Vladimir Eydelman, while employed at Oppenheimer & Company, aggressively traded her account using an unsuitable investment strategy. The complaint settled in October 2015 for $75,000.

In 2014, a customer said that Vladimir Eydelman, while at Oppenheimer & Company, over-concentrated her account in risky and speculative investments and executed excessive trades. The complaint settled in January 2015 for $50,000.

In 2014 Vladimir Eydelman was discharged from Morgan Stanley after the SEC filed complaint against him alleging he engaged in insider trading.

In 2013 a customer alleged Vladimir Eydelman, while employed at Oppenheimer & Company, excessively traded accounts on margin in speculative, volatile and unsuitable securities. The complaint settled in February 2015 for $1,500,000.

If you or someone you know has lost money investing with Vladimir Eydelman, call (888) 986-7199 or write the investment recovery lawyers at StockBrokerLawyer.com for a free no-cost consultation. We can help recover your losses and seek other damages, too.

You can use the email form or chat on StockBrokerLawyer.com You may be entitled to recover your losses. We work on contingency: we are paid only when you are paid. Time is limited; delay is the favorite defense of the brokerage firms. Call 888-986-7199 now to speak to an attorney for a no cost evaluation.

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