Larkins Vacura Kayser Investigating Claims by GPB InvestorsApril 26, 2019
If you invested in a GPB Capital Holdings fund and are interested in learning more about possible claims and remedies you may have, please contact Larkins Vacura Kayser.
GPB Capital Holdings, LLC is facing serious allegations of wrongdoing from authorities and individuals alike. The company is currently under investigation by the SEC, FINRA, the FBI, and a number of state and local authorities and regulators. In addition, there are already multiple lawsuits underway against GPB Capital Holdings, including allegations by former GPB Holdings Operating Partner Patrick Dibre that GPB was operating as a Ponzi scheme, “GPB paid its investors significant returns based upon falsified financial information,” and GPB had to “implement a different investment methodology than the one disclosed to the investors.” In November of 2018, GPB Capital announced that its auditor, Crowe LLP, had stepped down over what GPB’s CEO David Gentile said were “perceived risks” that Crowe LLP felt were outside its “internal risk tolerance parameters.”
It appears that investors who invested in GPB Capital Holdings funds may lose some or all of their investment. Larkins Vacura Kayser is currently investigating possible claims by investors in GPB Capital Holdings funds and methods for investors to recoup their investments. Larkins Vacura Kayser has recovered millions of dollars for investors in similar lawsuits.
If you invested in a GPB Capital Holdings fund and are interested in learning more about these efforts, please contact Larkins Vacura Kayser by email (email@example.com) or phone (503-222-4424).
Our investigation into GPB private placement funds includes (but is not limited to):
- GPB Automotive Portfolio, LP
- GPB Cold Storage, LP
- GPB Eurobond Finance PLC
- GPB Holdings II, LP
- GPB Holdings III, LP
- GPB Holdings Qualified, LP
- GPB Holdings, LP
- GPB NYC Development, LP
- GPB Scientific, LLC
- GPB Waste Management, LP (formerly: GPB Waste Management Fund, LP)