GPB Capital Holdings Lawsuits

GPB Holdings Reportedly Declines 25.4%; Investors Remain Stuck in Uncertain Investments

Our GPB Securities Team is currently filing cases on behalf of investors in GPB Capital Holdings II. GPB Holdings II, one of GPB’s two largest funds, had reportedly declined 25.4% as of late 2018. GPB has yet to reveal the current value of the funds for 2019, or explain the reason for the drop in value in 2018.

Our GBP Capital Lawyers are dedicated to holdings GPB accountable for investor losses. We have filed both a GPB class action lawsuit and many individual cases against the broker-dealers and firms who sold GPB funds to investors. If you invested in GPB Holdings II, you may be eligible for monetary recovery. Speak with an experienced securities attorney to learn more about your options.

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GPB Holdings II is one of GPB Capital’s two largest funds, along with GPB Automotive Portfolio. This fund was sold by more than 60 different broker-dealers, and raised $645.8 million from investors from 2015-2018, according to InvestmentNews.

InvestmentNews reports that, while many smaller firms have placed investors in GPB funds, many prominent firms have also sold GPB Holdings investments. Some of these broker-dealers include:

  • Royal Alliance Associates, Inc.
  • Sagepoint Financial, Inc.
  • FSC Securities, Corp.
  • Woodbury Financial Services, Inc.

Together, GPB Automotive and GPB Holdings II have paid brokers $100.1 million in commissions, at a rate of 7.9%, InvestmentNews claims.

Our GPB Attorneys have filed many claims on behalf of clients of these broker-dealers. In fact, Silver Law Group filed the first FINRA arbitration claim against SagePoint Financial on behalf of a GPB investor.

If you invested in GPB Holdings II through these firms, or others, you may be able to recover your losses. Get a free consultation to discuss your options.

Visit our GPB Investment News page to learn more about GPB Capital and your investment.

GPB Misses Deadline for GPB Holdings Financial Statements; Suspends Funds Redemptions

On April 30, 2018, GPB missed its deadline to file financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission for GPB Holdings II and GPB Automotive Portfolio. According to a letter signed by GPB’s CEO, the missed deadline was a result of the need for audited financial statements. The letter stated:

As part of the registration process, Holdings II and Automotive must produce annual audited financial statements that conform with SEC regulations and the auditing standards issued by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.

In the absence of these audited financial statements, according to the letter, GPB delayed filing its registration statement and suspended the redemptions of its funds. These funds include:

  • GPB Automotive Portfolio
  • GPB Holdings II
  • GPB Holdings III
  • GPB Holdings Qualified
  • GPB Cold Storage
  • GPB NYC Development
  • GPB Waste Management Fund

As the value of these funds becomes more uncertain, investors may feel anxious to get their money out. With the suspension of funds redemptions, however, many investors remain stuck in their GPB investments.

GPB Holdings Plummets in Value

In mid-2019, GPB admitted that by the end of 2018, GPB Holdings II had declined in value by nearly 25.4%. This means that for many investors, their current investment values were dramatically less than their principle investments. Further, investors still remain stuck in their GPB Holdings investments as a result of GPB’s suspension of funds redemptions.

Since these values are unaudited and were generated in 2018, however, investors’ losses may be even larger than what GPB reported. The company has still not disclosed the fund’s value for 2019, and has yet to provided critical information about what caused the decline in the first place.

Investors in GPB Holdings II who have lost money or remain stuck in their uncertain investment, are encouraged to contact our GPB Securities Team. We may be able to help you recover your losses.

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