Recover your losses – Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I
The White Law Group is investigating potential claims involving broker-dealers who may have unsuitably recommended Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I to investors.
Woodbridge Wealth sells structured financial products to investors, often through intermediary brokers. According to the SEC, the Commission has been investigating Woodbridge in connection with possible significant violations of the securities laws, including anti-fraud violations, during the past year.
Woodbridge reportedly has raised more than $1 billion from several thousand investors nationwide through multiple investment offerings using various forms and structures.
The company filed a Form D in 2012 for the offering Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I.
Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I is a private placement investment. Generally speaking, private placements are not subject to some of the laws and regulations that are designed to protect investors, such as the comprehensive disclosure requirements that apply to registered offerings. Private and public companies engage in private placements to raise funds from investors.
Are Private Placement investments suitable for you?
Private Placement investments such as Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I should only be sold to high net worth, knowledgeable investors.
Your broker has a duty to conduct a reasonable investigation of the investment and the issuer’s representations about it.
If your broker recommended Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I and fails to satisfy its duties to investigate the issuer and the offering, this could constitute a violation of the antifraud provisions as well as other federal securities laws.
In addition, your broker must determine whether an investment in the private placement is suitable for you. Your broker must consider your age, financial situation, current and future needs, investment objectives and tax status.
The White Law Group is investigating the liability Woodbridge may have for unsuitably selling the following private placement investments:
Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I
Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund II
Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund III
If you suffered losses investing in Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund I or another Woodbridge investment, you may be able to recover your losses. Investors can file an arbitration claim or request mediation through The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) when they have a dispute involving the business activities of a brokerage firm or one if its brokers.
The White Law Group is a national securities fraud, securities arbitration, and investor protection law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Vero Beach, Florida. The firm represents investors throughout the country in claims against their brokerage firm.
For more information on the firm and its representation of investors, visit www.WhiteSecuritiesLaw.com.