Hello, I need to ask you some questions. I am helping an older gentleman. He has stocks purchased through murco. He was locked up for a time and his wife sold everything. Is there some way to find out about your stock with out the stock certifacate or knowing what financial co helped you obtain it?
Not sure what "murco" is, but I would imagine that the company in which he held the stock would have record of its shareholders and transfers. Of course, if he has a broker, check there first. If you initiate a civil suit, you can ask questions of the wife under oath (sounds as if they are estranged). You may be able to file a crimminal charge as well if there was fruad involved.
Also, see if FINRA, the securities regulating body, has any ideas. Link included.
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