Yasuna Murakami of MC2, Arrested and Charged, Also Sued for Fraud by SEC

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Yasuna Murakami, founder and manager of several Boston-based hedge funds, including MC2 Capital and MC2 Canada Capital Management, was arrested in Vermont on Saturday, May 20, as he crossed the border from Canada. Peiffer Rosca Wolf securities lawyer Alan Rosca, along with his colleagues, have been retained by Murakami investors in MC2 Canadian Fund to… Read more »

Emilio Francisco & PDC Capital Group, LLC—Fraudulent Scheme

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Emilio Francisco & PDC Capital Group, LLC Allegedly Took Part in a Continuing Fraudulent Scheme Emilio Francisco & PDC Capital Group, LLC, beginning in January 2013 and continuing through at least September 2016, allegedly orchestrated a scheme to defraud at least 131 investors in 19 different offerings out of at least $9.5 million, according to… Read more »

Matthew Harriton—Hamilton Investment Scheme

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Matthew Harriton, along with Joseph Meli, 875 Holdings, LLC, 127 Holdings, LLC, Advance Entertainment, LLC, and Advance Entertainment II, LLC Allegedly Raised $81 Million from at Least 125 Investors in 13 States as Part of an Investment in the Resale of Tickets for Events such as the Broadway Musical Hamilton Matthew Harriton, along with Joseph… Read more »

Ryan Miguel — Non-exempt Private Placement Offering

Ryan Miguel Allegedly Issued Securities Via a Non-exempt Private Placement Offering Ryan Miguel, a.k.a. Ryan Miguel Pina, a.k.a. Ryan Lee Oliver, and Infinity Fuels allegedly issued securities via a non-exempt private placement offering, according to Documents from the Securities Division of the Arizona Corporation Commission currently under review by attorneys Alan Rosca and James Booker…. Read more »

Richard William Lunn Martin—Unsuitable Recommendations

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Richard William Lunn Martin Allegedly Made Recommendations for Long-term Holding, Non-traditional Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) to All of His Customers; Martin Allegedly Made Claims that the Global Economy was on the Precipice of Catastrophe Richard William Lunn Martin allegedly made recommendations for long-term holding, non-traditional exchange traded funds (ETF’s) to all of his customers, according to a… Read more »

Tracy Rae Turner — Private Securities Transactions

Tracy Rae Turner Allegedly Sold $4.1 million in Interests in Saltwater Disposal Wells Used in Oil and Gas Production to 12 Investors without Proper Prior Written Notice to Colorado Financial; Turner Allegedly Disseminated False and Misleading Communications to the Public about the Investments Tracy Rae Turner allegedly participated in private securities transactions without giving his firm,… Read more »

Clay Emerson Hoffman—Alleged Unsuitable Transactions, Unauthorized Transactions, Excessive trading, and Fraud

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Clay Emerson Hoffman Allegedly Took Part in Unsuitable Transactions, Unauthorized Transactions, Excessive trading, and Fraud Clay Emerson Hoffman allegedly engaged in, among other things, unsuitable transactions, unauthorized transactions, excessive trading, and fraud, according to a Complaint from FINRA’s Department of Enforcement currently under review by attorneys Alan Rosca and James Booker. Peiffer Rosca Wolf securities… Read more »

Gregg Templeton—Misuse of Customer Funds

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Gregg D. Templeton Allegedly Misused Customer Funds and Committed Other Sales Practice Violations Have you invested your hard-earned money with Gregg Templeton of New York, New York? Gregg Templeton, between July 2010 and July 2015, allegedly misused customer funds and committed other sales practice violations, according to a recent Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC)… Read more »

Tamer Moumen—Investment Fraud

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Tamer Moumen Allegedly Orchestrated a $9 Million Investment Fraud; Moumen Allegedly Told over 50 Clients that He Was a Trader Who Had Regularly Beaten the S&P 500 and Supervised Tens of Millions of Dollars Tamer Moumen, 39, and of Leesburg, allegedly orchestrated a $9 million investment fraud wherein he told over 50 clients that he… Read more »

Jeffrey Paul Dragon & Berthel, Fisher & Co. Financial Services, Inc.—Unsuitable Recommendations

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Jeffrey Paul Dragon Allegedly Produced over $421,000 in Commissions for Himself and Berthel, Fisher & Co. Financial Services, Inc. at the Purported Expense of Customers; Jeffrey Paul Dragon Allegedly Recommended and Effected a Pattern of Unsuitable Short-term Trading of Unit Investment Trusts (UITs) Jeffrey Paul Dragon, over a two-year period, allegedly generated over $421,000 in… Read more »

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