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Over the past calendar year, GPB Capital investors have won over $2.4 million in monetary awards in 10 out of 11 (nearly 91%) arbitration claims that have proceeded to a final hearing.  According to public records, many other claims filed against broker-dealers who sold the private placements offered by GPB Capital have been settled for monetary compensation.

The judgments and awards come after years of filing lawsuits and arbitration claims by GPB Capital investors.

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Iorio Altamirano LLP is investigating claims on behalf of Sanctuary Securities, Inc. (formerly David A. Noyes & Company) customers who invested in inverse and leveraged exchanged-traded funds.

On July 1, 2021, Sanctuary Securities, Inc. and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) entered into a Letter of Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent No. 20190606942201 (“AWC”) over allegations that between January 2014 and December 2018, Sanctuary Securities, Inc. failed to establish and maintain a supervisory system reasonably designed to achieve compliance with FINRA Rule 2111 in relation to the solicited sales of inverse and leveraged exchange-traded funds (collectively “Non-Traditional ETFs”) in that the firm’s supervisory system was not sufficiently tailored to address the unique features and risks of these products.

Relatedly, on July 2, 2021, FINRA suspended former Sanctuary Securities, Inc. financial advisor Stuart Pearl from the securities industry for three months.  Click on the following link to read more:  Stu Pearl, Former David A. Noyes & Company Broker, Suspended for Making Unsuitable Non-Traditional ETF Investment Recommendations – Indianapolis, IN

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) has suspended financial advisor Stuart Pearl from the securities industry for three months.  Mr. Pearl consented to the suspension after FINRA alleged that from March 2017 and August 2018, while associated with David A. Noyes & Company (now Sanctuary Securities, Inc.) in Indianapolis, Indiana, he recommended the purchase of leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds (collectively “Non-Traditional ETFs”) to four customers without having a sufficient understanding of the risks and features associated with these products and thereby failing to have a reasonable basis for making these recommendations. In addition to the suspension, Mr. Pearl is also subject to a $5,000 deferred fine.

Sanctuary Securities, Inc. became a member of FINRA in December 1939 and was known as David A. Noyes & Company until March 5, 2020.  The firm has 35 branch offices and approximately registered representatives.  Iorio Altamirano LLP is also Sanctuary Securities, Inc. over inverse and leveraged exchange-traded funds supervisory failures.  To read more about the investigation, click on the following link:  Iorio Altamirano LLP Investigates Sanctuary Securities, Inc. (Formerly David A. Noyes & Company) Over Inverse and Leveraged Exchange-Traded Funds Supervisory Failures

Customers of Mr. Pearl or Sanctuary Securities, Inc./David A. Noyes & Company should consult with a securities arbitration law firm.  If you or a loved one were a customer of Stuart Pearl, contact  New York securities arbitration law firm Iorio Altamirano LLP for a free and confidential consultation.

David A. Noyes & Company (a.k.a Sanctuary Securities, Inc.) is a broker-dealer headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. The firm was formed in 1978. According to publicly available records filed with the SEC, David A. Noyes & Company likely received sales compensation for selling the GPB funds to retail investors.

Iorio Altamirano LLP is investigating claims on behalf of defrauded investors who were victims in the GPB funds scheme. The GPB funds were marketed to independent broker-dealers and investment advisers who would, in turn, sell the GPB funds to their retail investors.

If you lost money in GPB funds with David A. Noyes & Company, you may have a claim.

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