Current Investigations

Zamansky LLC Investigates UBS Puerto Rico Bond Funds and Financial Advisors

Zamansky LLC instigates UBS Financial Services Inc. of Puerto Rico over its financial advisors and alleged sales of leveraged bond funds. The investigation concerns both sales practices of the advisors and the sale of proprietary bond funds by UBS. Zamansky LLC investigates UBS Financial Services Inc. of Puerto Rico (“UBS Puerto Rico”) which has five …

Zamansky LLC Filed Class Action Lawsuit Against Virtus Investment Partners Inc.

On February 20, 2015, Zamansky LLC filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York, on behalf of an investor individually and on behalf of all other investors who purchased or otherwise acquired common stock of Virtus Investment Partners Inc. (NASDAQ: VRTS) (“Virtus”) between May 28, 2013 and …

Zamansky LLC Investigates The Common Stock of Virtus Investment Partners Inc. (VRTS) For Potential Securities Fraud Violations

The law firm is investigating the common stock of Virtus Investment Partners Inc. (“Virtus”) which trades on the NASDAQ stock market under symbol “VRTS” for potential securities fraud violations.  Virtus is a financial services company based in Hartford, Connecticut which offers a wide range of mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), managed accounts and variable insurance …

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News

FINRA Countdown

A wave of FINRA arbitration is sweeping Puerto Rico and southern states in the US as the fallout from the collapse of Puerto Rican municipal bonds begins. Read More.

Federal Investigation Because of Huge Losses in Local Mutual Funds

U.S. Attorney and FBI have interviewed people of interest , the FICO stands a historic drop in these investments and securities lawyers insist that the situation is not the result of individual actions of brokers “All these allegations closed mutual funds are virtually identical. They are elderly, disabled withdrawn .” Marie Elsie Lopez Securities lawyer …

How Wall Street Fed Puerto Rico’s $70 Billion Borrowing Binge

Seven years ago, in the wake of a government shutdown caused by a $740 million budget deficit, Puerto Rican officials vowed to fix the island’s finances by 2010. Now investors are calling their bluff. In the $3.7 trillion municipal-bond market, Puerto Rico and its agencies more than doubled their borrowing since 2004 to $70 billion …

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Media

Jake Zamansky Talks About Puerto Rico Bonds in a WOSO Radio Interview

Jake Zamansky Talks About Puerto Rico Bonds in a WOSO Radio Interview. Listen Now!

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WORA-TV in Puerto Rico Reports on Puerto Rico Bond Investors