Galvin Legal is launching an investigation on behalf of investors who may have suffered losses investing in Inland Opportunity Fund II at the recommendation of their financial advisor. If you suffered losses investing in Inland Opportunity Fund II, then Galvin Legal may be able to help you recover your losses in a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA“) arbitration claim against the broker-dealer and/or registered representative that recommended the investment.
A Real Estate Investment Trust (“REIT”) is a complex investment that is generally only suitable for sophisticated high-net worth investors, and then only in certain circumstances. A REIT is an entity that owns, and may also manage, income producing real estate. The REIT pools capital from multiple investors and uses it to purchase properties, similar to mutual funds and other pooled investment vehicles.
A Real Estate Investment Trust (“REIT”) can be offered in several different forms. A Public Exchange Listed REIT is registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and is publicly traded on a national securities exchange. A Public Non-Listed REIT is registered with the SEC, but does not trade on a major securities exchange. Finally, a Private REIT, also known as a private-placement REIT, is not registered with the SEC and does not trade on a national securities exchange.
FINRA requires brokerage firms to conduct due diligence on investments and to conduct a suitability analysis when recommending securities to a customer that takes into account the customer’s knowledge and experience. Brokerage firms that fail to conduct adequate due diligence or that make unsuitable recommendations can be held responsible for the customer’s losses in a FINRA arbitration claim.
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