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Daniel R. Spitzer

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Draseena Funds Group

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President and Chief Executive Officer

Kenzie Financial Management


Principal Officer

Kenzie Financial Management


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GIC Past Events

www.interdependence.com [cached]

Daniel H. R. Spitzer, President and CEO of Kenzie Financial Management, the exclusive Portfolio Manager for the Draseena Funds Group, will discuss his highly successful and unique Triversified Portfolio Management System.


www.securitiesarbitrations.com

The newly added defendant, Alfred Gerebizza, and his co-defendant Daniel Spitzer allegedly misappropriated money raised from investors for funds they said they operated from the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Spitzer, 51, of Barrington near Chicago, previously pleaded not guilty and was released on bond. Spitzer is facing 10 counts of mail fraud. Spitzer was the principal officer and sole shareholder of Kenzie Financial, as well as the principal of other corporate entities. The two defendants sold memberships and limited partnership interests in the various Kenzie Funds to the public. Through sales agents and marketing materials, Spitzer and Gerebizza told investors and prospective investors that their monies would be used primarily for foreign currency trading.


Guiliano Law Firm | Securities Arbitration Law Blog

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A second defendant has been added to an indictment in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois stemming from a Ponzi scheme that fraudulently obtained $105 million in investments from about 400 victims, leading to $34 million in losses.andnbsp; The newly added defendant, Alfred Gerebizza, and his co-defendant Daniel Spitzer allegedly misappropriated money raised from investors for funds they said they operated from the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Spitzer, 51, of Barrington near Chicago, previously pleaded not guilty and was released on bond. The superseding indictment seeks forfeiture against both defendants of roughly $34 million. Spitzer is facing 10 counts of mail fraud. Each count of mail fraud carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Spitzer was the principal officer and sole shareholder of Kenzie Financial, as well as the principal of other corporate entities. The two defendants sold memberships and limited partnership interests in the various Kenzie Funds to the public. Through sales agents and marketing materials, Spitzer and Gerebizza told investors and prospective investors that their monies would be used primarily for foreign currency trading. They also claimed that that the Kenzie Funds had never lost money, and that they had historically posted good returns.


www.phillyburbs.com

The SEC has already obtained a judgment against Kenzie and its principal, Illinois resident Daniel Spitzer.
According to the complaint, Spitzer and the Kenzie Companies offered foreign currency investments through the Kenzie Funds, and told investors the funds earned steady, positive returns. In reality, Spitzer and the Kenzie Cos. only invested a third of investors' money, the complaint said.


Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands Newspaper, A Pulitzer Prize Winning Newspaper, Virgin Islands Guide, Virgin Islands Info

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Lorraine Berry, center, is flanked, from left, by T.K. Kreuger, CEO of Investment Security Service; youth ambassadors Alain Brin and Bryson Bryan; and Daniel Spitzer, CEO of Kenzie Financial Management This trip did not cost the group anything because it was sponsored by Driehaus Capital Management and the CEO Richard Driehaus; Investment Security Service and the CEO T.K. Kreuger; and Kenzie Financial Management Inc. and the CEO Daniel Spitzer.


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