Law firm starts recruiting clients for case against FXCM

Securities law firm calls for shareholders and those with information to get in touch

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Called to account: FXCM could see lawsuits start in the wake of CFTC and NFA action

A law firm has started advertising its services to potential claimants against FXCM, saying it is looking into possible securities fraud at the retail broker, which was banned from operating in the US on February 6.

On February 7, Faruqi & Faruqi, a US national securities firm, said it was focusing on whether FXCM and its executives violated federal securities laws by failing to disclose that it engaged in false and misleading solicitations to customers.

The law firm encouraged holders of FXCM

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