Structured Products

According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), investments in structured retail products should be carefully considered. These products tend to appeal to investors because of the possibility of high returns. However, structured products have drawbacks that investors need to be made aware of. For example, they can carry credit risk, market risk, lack of liquidity, and high hidden costs.

If your financial advisor or stockbroker recommended that you invest in structured products like those listed below and did not fully explain the risks associated with these products, and then you suffered losses, you should contact Sonn Law today to discuss your options for investment loss recovery.