NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – National investor fraud law firm KlaymanToskes (“KT”) is investigating FINRA arbitration claims on behalf of investors who have been solicited to buy millions of dollars in GPB Capital Holdings (“GPB”). Brokerage firms such as Crown Capital sold and marketed unregistered private placement notes due to inadequate disclosure of illiquidity, high risk and fees, which made investments inappropriate for most investors. .

In November 2021, GPB Capital’s controller filed a quarterly report in the SEC lawsuit saying that GPB is developing a plan to start repaying funds to investors. According to securities attorney Lawrence L. Klayman, Esq. “[H]armed investors may not be able to get their money back from SEC action, and those who do may receive considerably less than their losses. Investors should consider filing for FINRA arbitration to recover investment losses. Almost all of the $ 1.7 billion raised from 17,000 individual investors, of which about 4,000 are seniors, are at risk, according to the SEC complaint.

Titles under investigation include:

  • GPB Holdings, LP
  • GPB Holdings II and III
  • Qualified GPB Holdings, LP
  • Cold storage GPB, LP
  • Automotive portfolio GPB, LP
  • Armada waste management
  • GPB NYC Development, LP
  • GPB, LP waste management
  • GPB Eurobond Finance SA

The sole purpose of this release is to investigate potential arbitration claims by FINRA relating to Crown Capital’s selling practices in relation to GPB Capital. Current and former Crown Capital clients who have suffered losses greater than $ 100,000 as a result of GPB Capital’s investments, and who have information relating to the management of their investments, are encouraged to contact Lawrence L. Klayman, Esq. at (561) 542-5131 and download our special report to investors.

About Klayman Toskes

KT is a leading national securities law firm engaged exclusively in the field of securities arbitration on behalf of retail and institutional investors worldwide in large and complex securities matters. . KT has recovered more than $ 220 million for investors in FINRA arbitrations. KT has offices in California, Florida, New York, and Puerto Rico.



Lawrence L. Klayman, Esq.
(561) 542-5131
[email protected]

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