GWG Holdings, Inc.’s mismanagement of a high-risk, illiquid investment places the funds of retirees in jeopardy. The company filed for bankruptcy on April 20th, which gives investors limited time to file a claim. Contact us today.
GWG Holdings, Inc., an alternative asset manager known for selling life-insurance bonds to individual investors, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, April 20, after accounting issues and the resignation of its auditor prevented it from continuing to sell its products.
The company enters chapter 11 with more than $1.3 billion of L Bonds outstanding, mostly owned by individual investors who purchased the offerings from regional broker-dealers selling the bonds on GWG’s behalf.
Holders of L Bond notes may have claims against GWG and its affiliated entities that could be impacted or otherwise adversely affected in the bankruptcy case.
Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler, LLP is working to protect the interests of those bondholders and is seeking to create a coalition of willing law firms, investors, and bondholders. This coalition would designate representatives who could serve on a court-appointed committee in the bankruptcy proceedings and assure that financial losses are investigated and claims pursued where necessary and feasible.
L bonds are risky, illiquid investments that were created by GWG with a high-yielding bond and that fund the purchase of life insurance policies on the secondary market with the purpose of paying the policyholder more than its value. L bonds’ illiquid nature make them impossible to resell.
Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler urges coalition to assure protections for defrauded investors DALLAS – Dallas-based GWG Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: GWGH), a nationwide marketer of financial products and
DALLAS – Dallas-based GWG Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: GWGH), a nationwide marketer of financial products and investments, is facing demands from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to produce records covering the company’s sales tactics, business practices, and failures to make required principal and interest payments.
Financial-services firm known for life-insurance bonds faces a cash crunch after accounting issues, auditor resignation prevented it from selling its products
Have you talked with your broker or financial advisor and invested in L bonds? Dallas-based law firm Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler is investigating this potential fraud that has left many investors scrambling to try to protect their assets. We can help you.
For more than 35 years, Andy Sommerman has fought for individuals wronged by the negligent actions of others. He is an aggressive trial lawyer who has taken numerous cases to the courtroom as an advocate for victims who have suffered from unimaginable losses.
Sean McCaffity is a seasoned trial attorney with experience representing individuals and companies involved in various high-stakes, complex commercial litigation disputes. His cases often center on business fraud, fiduciary litigation and Ponzi schemes that result in bankruptcies.
We can help if you have invested in L bonds at the advice of your investment broker or financial advisor and you are uncertain of your assets.
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