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StockSnap_KU7VC6HZWJThe investment fraud attorneys at Halling & Cayo, S.C. are researching potential claims against stockbroker David Demos and his former firm, Cantor Fitzgerald. Federal prosecutors in Connecticut announced last week that Demos is facing charges for defrauding investors on mortgage-backed securities. According to the indictment, between 2011 and 2013, Demos engaged in a scheme of lying to customers about the price of mortgage bonds in order to induce the customers to pay inflated prices for the bonds. This fraudulent scheme resulted in Demos and Cantor keeping millions of dollars in illicit profits.

If you were a customer of David Demos and suffered investment losses, please contact Attorney Patrick O’Neill and the securities lawyers at Halling & Cayo at 414-755-5021 and pto@hallingcayo.com.


Former Cantor Fitzgerald Trader David Demos Indicted For Securities Fraud

The investment fraud attorneys at Halling & Cayo, S.C. are researching potential claims against stockbroker David Demos and his former firm, Cantor Fitzgerald. Federal prosecutors in Connecticut announced last week that Demos is facing charges for defrauding investors on mortgage-backed securities. According to the indictment, between 2011 and 2013, Demos engaged in a scheme of […]


B.C. Ziegler Sanctioned for Unfair Sales Presentation with Church bonds

B.C. Ziegler, a Wisconsin Broker-Dealer headquartered in Chicago, was recently sanctioned for violating several Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), National Association of Securities Dealers (“NASD”), and Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (“MSRB”) rules. The allegations all related to the sale of various Church Bonds and Senior Living Bonds without providing a fair and balanced sales presentation. […]


Advertising now allowed for some private placements

There are a number of investments generally known as private placements, or regulation D investments, that are sold to investors by broker-dealers. These securities are unregistered, meaning they do not have to meet the stringent disclosure requirements of a public offering nor are they typically traded on any secondary market (like the stock market). Typically […]


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