Newest UBS Puerto Rico Case Pays Out Client $4.4 Million; What To Do To Sue UBS

The newest UBS Puerto Rican bond case has awarded a former client $4.4 million, taking the client payouts to over $200 million. UBS has paid out $205.6 million in settlements and awards from 1,476 filings, according to the Securities Ligitation and Consulting Group. In the most recent case, Dr. Luis E. Cummings-Carrero, was awarded the money after his broker with UBS changed his repo financing into margin loans. UBS was downgrading the bonds a year before the municipal debt crisis hit, and Cummings-Carrero suffered losses because of it. He, along with many other UBS Puerto Rico bond clients were overconcentrated and faced unnecessary risk because of it. Since 2013, the bonds’ value have plummeted, leaving some 1,874 arbitration claims to be filed. UBS has accounted for 75% of the awards and settlements related to the sale of the junk Puerto Rican bond funds. If you were recommended Puerto Rican bond fund investments by your UBS broker, you may be entitled to recover those funds on a contingency fee basis. We sue UBS in the FINRA arbitration forum in order to recover investor money. Please call 312-332-4200 today to find out how to bring a claim against UBS. Attorneys are standing by.

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