Ameriprise Financial is a financial planning company headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. With approximately 10,000 representatives and $700 billion in managed assets, it is the largest financial planning company in the United States and a Fortune 500 company. Founded in 1894, Ameriprise has gone through many reinventions in its history, but, in its current incarnation, it serves as the successor to American Express Financial Advisors (AEFA), a former subsidiary of American Express.
To learn more about one type of investment we have encountered with Ameriprise, see our section on TIC Investments. Also see our major win against Ameriprise regarding TIC investments in our Recent Cases section, FINRA panel orders Ameriprise to pay couple $1.17 million.
How to Recover Losses from Ameriprise
If you invested with an Ameriprise representative and suffered undue losses, you may have grounds for a claim. Contact us now for a free, confidential case consultation to discuss your options. When confronting a major corporation such as Ameriprise, hiring professional legal representation is important. Our experience arbitrating against Ameriprise in the past makes our firm particularly suited to representing Ameriprise investors. Contact us today for more information and to learn more about your options.