Rex Securities Law is investigating former Trident Partners, Ltd. broker William Michael Quigley.
The Securities & Exchange Commission filed an administrative proceeding (File No. 3-16560) against William Michael Quigley alleging that he and his two brothers conducted a fraudulent offering scheme by duping foreign investors into sending funds to various US banks and brokerage accounts for purported investments in companies slated to go public. Investors were led to believe they were investing in well known companies like Dell, Berkshire Hathaway and BlackRock Inc. as well.
According to the SEC pleading, Quigley, of Seaford, New York, and his brothers, who live in the Philippines, used “every trick in the book” to defraud the victims, including phony account statements, phony stock certificates and fake names. When one investor tried to get his money back he was told that one of the fictitious persons who supposedly handled the investment had died in a motorcycle accident.
According to FINRA records, Quigley was the compliance director for Trident Partners Ltd., a broker dealer in Westbury, N.Y. He was registered with Trident from 10/2007-9/2014.
If you have losses in an account at Trident Partners, call to learn how you may be entitled to damages through FINRA arbitration.
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