Waddell & Reed

Waddell & Reed has been around for seven decades, during which time it has sold its mutual funds to individual investors primarily through financial advisors. Waddell & Reed claims that a respect for the importance of professional financial advice and guidance is central to its investment culture.

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Waddell & Reed Ordered to Pay Customer $55,000
An NASD arbitration panel ordered Waddell & Reed to pay an investor $55,000 to compensate the investor for damages suffered as a result of Waddell & Reed’s improper conduct. The investor asserted the following causes of action: breach of contract; mismanagement of accounts; lack of diversification; violations of common law principles, “prudent man principles”, and ERISA standards; misrepresentation; breach of fiduciary duty; negligence; failure to supervise; violations of Federal and State Statutory and Common Law; violations of the Securities Act of 1933, the Exchange Act of 1934, and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder; fraud; and unsuitability. Claimants’ claim involved a variety of Eaton Vance mutual funds.

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