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Zamansky LLC Investigates Greensill Capital and Credit Suisse

March 17, 2021 Blog

Investment fraud attorney Jacob Zamansky and the team at Zamansky LLC is investigating Greensill Capital (“Greensill”) and Credit Suisse on behalf of any US investors who suffered losses due to potential fraud or misconduct. Recently, Greensill filed for insolvency amid allegations of misconduct and litigation over its business practices and […]

SEC Files Charges Related to Alleged $1.7 Billion GPB Capital Ponzi-Like Scheme

February 25, 2021 Blog

In February 2021, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced charges against multiple individuals and entities related to an alleged “Ponzi-like scheme” that raised approximately $1.7 billion from more than 17,000 individual investors. Here, financial fraud attorney Jake Zamansky discusses the allegations and the steps that investors can take […]

Zamansky LLC Investigates Morgan Stanley Financial Advisors Marc and Darryl Cohen of the Global Sports Entertainment Group

February 24, 2021 Blog

We are investigating potential legal claims on behalf of investors who were clients of Morgan Stanley financial advisors Marc and Darryl Cohen, of Westlake Village, California.   Both advisors are members of Morgan Stanley’s Global Sports Entertainment Group which focuses on athletes and entertainers who may have short-lived income streams. […]

JP Morgan Securities, Former Brokers Ordered to Pay $19 Million for Senior Investment Fraud

February 19, 2021 Blog

A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panel recently awarded $19 million to a 94-year-old investor based on findings of abuse of fiduciary duty, fraudulent misrepresentations, and elder financial fraud. The investor, Beverly Schottenstein, filed claims against JP Morgan Securities and two of its now-former brokers who – notably – […]