CIP Leveraged Fund Advisors, LLC (CLFA)

Why Investigate CLFA?

Many investors bought CIP Leveraged Fund Advisors (CLFA) from independent broker-dealers.  CLFA is a non-traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), a high-risk illiquid form of real estate investment that is suitable for only a small percentage of investors. As a result of the nature of the investments and the manner in which they were sold, many of the investors who lost significant portions of their assets through CLFA may be eligible to recover losses from their broker and brokerage firm.

Many Issues, a Few Frequent Offenders

A few examples of issues we have seen in arbitration with brokerage firms selling CLFA include:

Failure to Supervise
Unsuitable Investments
Misrepresentations and Omissions
Violations of Securities Laws
Negligence
Overconcentration
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Lack of Due Diligence

You can see a more complete list of our related practice areas, or call for a free consultation to see if other issues are relevant to your case.

How to Recover Losses

If you believe you may have suffered losses related to CLFA, contact us now for a free consultation.  Securities arbitration is best sought with professional legal counsel, and time limitations may apply to attempts to recover damages, so contact us today to ensure a prompt start to your case if you are eligible.

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