A structured product combines a traditional security with a unique payment structure, usually based on the performance of an asset, such as a specific stock or bond index. This can allow investment banks and other entities the ability to provide the protection of a bond, with the periodic payments present in a derivative or stock.
With any investment, however, there are risks. Most notably, the mismanagement, dishonesty, or fraudulent behavior of your stockbroker or brokerage firm could result in losses. If you suffered losses in a structured product, such as a principal protection note, partial protection note, absolute return note, or yield optimization note as a result of stockbroker fraud, misrepresentations, or misconduct, the attorneys at Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A. can help you.
Our New York structured products attorneys represent investors nationwide from our offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami and West Palm Beach. We have the resources, experience and knowledge to handle your claim and help you aggressively pursue a claim to recover your losses. Contact our firm to set up a free consultation to discuss you legal rights and options.
Lehman Brothers and Other High-Risk Structured Products
Many investors lost their money after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection. Lehman Brothers issued numerous structured products and principal protection notes that UBS promoted as having principal protection and being a low risk. However, the bankruptcy filing stripped away the protection of investor’s principal. In the aftermath, our attorneys have been helping investors fight to recover their lost funds.
From our Wall Street law office, we also assist clients with a range of other high-risk structured products such as:
Contact Our Principal Protection Notes Lawyers in Downtown Manhattan
Our attorneys are dedicated to holding stockbrokers and brokerage firms accountable for the losses incurred as a result of fraud and negligence. To discuss your investment fraud claim with a principal protection notes attorney, contact Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A.