Woodbury Financial Services, Inc.
Woodbury Financial Services, Inc. is a broker-dealer whose headquarters are in Oakdale, Minnesota. Founded in 1968, the company has $60.1 billion total assets under administration. Woodbury Financial Services is a part of the Advisor Group, a network of wealth management firms with more than 7,000 affiliated advisors across the country.Regulatory Violations
Woodbury Financial Services, Inc.’s publicly-available FINRA BrokerCheck report lists 27 disclosures including 19 regulatory events and 7 arbitrations.Woodbury Financial Services Permitted Unsuitable Transactions, Paid $1 Million
In April 2017 a FINRA arbitration claim was filed in California by claimants who asserted the following about Woodbury: breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, negligent misrepresentation relating to claimant’s investment in Hybrid Aircraft Company, Edgewood Property Group, and fraud and deceit. They requested unspecified damages. In June of 2018, a FINRA arbitration panel found that “Woodbury permitted the execution of unsuitable transactions as a result of its failure to discharge its former broker.” They ruled that Woodbury was liable and had to pay the claimants $1,091,575 in compensatory damages and pre-judgment interest.Claims of Unsuitability, Misrepresentation Lead to FINRA Award for Customers
In March 2014, Woodbury clients in Wisconsin asserted the following about the firm: unsuitability, intentional misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, and doctrine of respondent superior. They requested a total of $38,000, and in October 2014 a FINRA arbitrator awarded them $9,000 in compensatory damages, as well as $600 for the FINRA Dispute Resolution filing fee.Silver Law Group
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