Christopher Dyer Queen, Broker with Wells Fargo, Facing Customer Dispute Alleging Breach of Fiduciary Duty

INVESTORS: Wells Fargo broker Christopher Dyer Queen was named in a customer dispute alleging he breached his fiduciary duty, causing the client to suffer damages.

Christopher Dyer Queen (CRD#: 2703908) is registered as a broker and investment adviser with Wells Fargo, where he’s been employed since 2012. Previously, Queen was registered as a broker and investment adviser with Morgan Stanley from 2009 until 2012.

Queen has two disclosures on his BrokerCheck report. One customer dispute filed against Queen was denied.

December 2021 Customer Dispute

Status: Pending

Allegations: Claimant alleges that due to the Financial Advisor (FA)’s breach of fiduciary duty, Deceased suffered damages; moreover, FA was prohibited from taking on the rule of guardian and was notified of this prohibition but refused to withdraw from his appointed position.

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