FINRA Arbitration Filed Against Aaron Michael Ogea and Edward Jones

Broker Aaron Michael Ogea and Edward Jones have been sued by a customer in FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Arbitration. FINRA is a non-governmental regulator of securities firms that focuses on investor protection and market integrity through effective and efficient regulation of the securities industry. The attorneys of Fishman Haygood Investment Fraud Lawyers are currently investigating claims filed against stockbroker Aaron Michael Ogea.

Aaron Michael Ogea has been working for Edward Jones Advisors in New Iberia, Louisiana since 2002.

Aaron Michael Ogea has been the subject of at least 3 customer disputes according to FINRA’s BrokerCheck.

The FINRA arbitration proceeding against Aaron Michael Ogea and Edward Jones was filed in or around May 2017, and the Edward Jones customer alleges fraud, churning, misrepresentation and failure to supervise involving variable annuities and Class A Mutual Funds.

If you invested money through Aaron Michael Ogea, we would like to talk to you. Fishman Haygood Investment Fraud Lawyers are experienced securities litigators. We have helped hundreds of clients recover their losses that were due to broker fraud or negligence. Contact us today to discuss your options and receive a free consultation.


Fishman Haygood Investment Fraud Lawyers represents investors who have suffered investment losses in claims against their brokers or financial advisors. Our experienced attorneys have brought securities fraud cases in state and federal courts across the nation, as well as in FINRA arbitration. We work to help investors recoup their losses.


Of course, all cases are different. For that reason, we analyze each client’s matter individually and provide our personalized evaluation only after considering all of the facts and circumstances of all possible claims. If you or someone you know is the victim of securities fraud, please contact a Fishman Haygood Investment Fraud lawyer today.

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