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Planning for the Future with Shervin Pishevar’s Predictions

Posted by in Angel Investor, Business, Business Leader, CEO, Entreprenuers, Investment Banking, Investment Management, Investment Research, Investments, Venture Capitalist

Shervin Pishevar is a prominent investor who has made a lot of great financial decisions over the years. He is one of the leaders in the technology industry. Not only was he an early investor in Uber, but he also has helped finance numerous new companies.   He recently decided to tweet for 21 hours…


The Economic Future Of Brazil Is Getting Brighter

Posted by in Advisor, Investment Banking, Investment Success, Investments

Brazil has one of the largest economies in the world. Due to that fact, economists keep close tabs on its performance. Brazil currently ranks as the ninth largest economy of any country by nominal gross domestic product, or GDP. Large economies carry significant influence beyond their own border, so the future of the Brazilian economy…


Igor Cornelsen piece of advice to investors before making any investment

Posted by in Advisor, Investing, Investment Banking, Investments, Latin America

Igor Cornelsen worked as a banker in Brazil, without knowing that it would be so helpful in his career later. Through his career in banking did not last long because he quit after he was involved with a short stint. Igor changed his interest to investments. Since then he has been an advisor to the…


Madison Street Capital Reputation – Offering Result-Oriented Corporate Advisory and Financial Services

Posted by in Investment Banking

Madison Street Capital Advisors LLC is one of the premier financial services providers in the U.S. today, based in Chicago. The company was founded in the year 2005, and in a very short period has been able to associate itself with the industry leaders across different sectors. Madison Street Capital Reputation as a comprehensive financial…


Anthony Marsala gets Recognized by NACVA’s 40 Under Forty Recognition Program

Posted by in Investment Banking

Anthony Marsala, Chief Operating Officer at Madison Street Capital, was recently recognized by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts in its 2015 ‘Forty Under Forty’ recognition program. The honorees for NACVA’s 2015 recognition program were selected from among 125 nominees. Although not everyone made the top 40, the judges recognized that that particular…


Deception Abound at Laidlaw & Company Investment Bank

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On December 11, 2015, it was announced that Relmada Therapeutics, Inc, a clinical development company focusing on the treatment of chronic pain, was forced to take out a restraining order on Laidlaw & Company and its principals, Matthew Eitner and James Ahern for “continuing to disseminate false and misleading proxy materials.” Laidlaw & Company, an investment bank with a history of violating US financial regulations, not only provided false information to investors, they attempted to take over control of Relmada Therapeutics, Inc. Relmada realized that in order to protect itself and its investors from irreparable damage, they would have to step in and take legal action against Eitner and Ahern. U.S. Federal Court Issues Temporary Restraining Order Against Laidlaw & Company And Its Principals Matthew Eitner And James Ahern Laidlaw advertises itself as “a full-service investment banking and brokerage firm offering personalized investment advice and skillful execution to private and public institutions, as well as high net worth individual investors.” on their website laidlawltd.com. They have an extensive history of broker fraud, which according to an article on stopbrokerfraud.com also included broker Leonard V. Gallick who invested a customer’s money into “unsuitable trades,” which resulted in a $350,000 settlement in 2013. In 2014 Gallick was operating with another firm when a customer alleged the same complaint, this time seeking damages of $8 million. Laidlaw‘s judgment in hiring brokers and principals such as Matthew Eitner and Ahern goes beyond questionable and appears downright deceitful and unethical. The firm claims to be working to help their customers, but their lies and fabrication of false documentation proves otherwise. This continues to be a problem with them. Until they are stopped, they will continue to further take advantage of the companies and individuals whom they work for.


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