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Michael J. Pietrzak

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Background

Employment History

  • General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Secretary
    HCAA
  • Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
    HCAA
  • General Counsel, Executive Vice President and Secretary, As Well As Director
    Hexagon Consolidated Companies of America , Inc.
  • General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Secretary As Well As Director
    Hexagon Consolidated Companies of America , Inc.
8 Total References
Web References
The verdict brings to a close ...
www1.cchwallstreet.com, 13 Aug 2007 [cached]
The verdict brings to a close the Commission's 2003 case against Michael Pietrzak and securities-recidivist Maurice Furlong.
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The complaint charged that Pietrzak, HCAA's general counsel, CFO, and executive secretary, and fellow defendant Furlong, HCAA's chairman, president, and CEO, filed false and misleading registration statements and reports.The two also issued false press releases and a misleading letter to shareholders, charged the complaint.
Through the sale of HCCA stock, Pietrzak and Furlong fraudulently received proceeds of $1.3 million and $3.4 million respectively, stated the Commission.
Michael J. Pietrzak, who ...
www.cfonet.com [cached]
Michael J. Pietrzak, who served as CFO, general counsel, executive secretary and director of Hexagon Consolidated Companies of America, a development stage mining company, and Maurice W. Furlong, who was HCCA's chairman, president and CEO, were accused of engaging in "protracted efforts" to fraudulently increase the stock price and value of the company.
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During the same time, Pietrzak and Furlong sold a total of more than 197 million shares of HCCA stock, receiving proceeds of $1.3 million and $3.4 million, respectively, according to the SEC.
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The complaint also alleged that from 1996 through 2001, HCCA, through the efforts of Pietrzak and Furlong, reported to the public that it was an entity with substantial assets when, in fact, it was virtually worthless.
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The SEC said a hearing has been scheduled for September 24 to determine what penalties would be levied against Pietrzak and Furlong.
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The regulator also noted that in 1985, Pietrzak pled guilty to a crime in Illinois for aiding and abetting others in the misapplication of bank funds, for which he paid a fine.By November 1, 1996, Pietrzak, who is licensed to practice law in Illinois, was named general counsel, executive vice president, secretary and a director of HCCA.In September 1997, Pietrzak was appointed principal financial officer.
When the SEC initially brought the charges against Pietrzak and Furlong, it also named Donald E. Jordan in the complaint.
Federal Jury Finds Michael Pietrzak and Maurice Furlong Liable for Securities Fraud and Other Charges
www.execucite.com, 3 Aug 2007 [cached]
Washington, D.C., Aug. 3, 2007 - The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that a federal jury found Michael J. Pietrzak and Maurice W. Furlong liable for securities fraud and other charges in their operation of Hexagon Consolidated Companies of America, Inc. (HCCA), a development stage mining company headquartered in Reno, Nev. Pietrzak was HCCA's general counsel, CFO, and executive secretary, as well as a director.
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The complaint alleged that Pietrzak and Furlong engaged in protracted efforts to fraudulently increase the stock price and value of the company by, among other means, filing false and misleading registration statements and periodic and current reports, and by issuing false press releases and a letter to shareholders. During the same time, Pietrzak and Furlong sold a total of more than 197 million shares of HCCA stock and fraudulently received proceeds of $1.3 million and $3.4 million, respectively. The complaint also alleged that from 1996 through 2001 HCCA, through the efforts of Pietrzak and Furlong, reported to the public that is was an entity with substantial assets when, in fact, it was virtually worthless.
A hearing has been scheduled for Sept. 24, 2007, to determine the appropriate relief against Pietrzak and Furlong, which, as requested by the SEC, may include permanent injunctions, disgorgement of the stock proceeds with interest, civil penalties, officer and director bars and penny stock bars.
CASEview
www.caseviewer.com, 6 Mar 2003 [cached]
The three defendants are Michael J. Pietrzak of Carol Stream, Illinois, Maurice W. Furlong of Reno, Nevada, and Donald E. Jordan of Henderson, Nevada.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are officers and directors of Hexagon Consolidated Companies of America, Inc. ("HCCA"), a development stage mining company headquartered in Reno, Nevada.
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Pietrzak is HCCA's general counsel, executive vice president and secretary, as well as a director.
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Pietrzak and Furlong engaged in protracted efforts to fraudulently increase the stock price and value of the company by, among other means, filing false and misleading registration statements and periodic and current reports, and by issuing false press releases and a letter to shareholders.
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During the same time, Pietrzak and Furlong sold a total of more than 79.7 million shares of HCCA stock, fraudulently receiving at least $4.2 million.
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The complaint also alleges that from 1996 through 2001 HCCA, through the efforts of Pietrzak and Furlong, reported to the public that is was an entity with substantial assets when, in fact, it was virtually worthless.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are charged with violations of the antifraud provisions of Section 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933 ("Securities Act") and Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ("Exchange Act") and Rule 10b-5 thereunder.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are also charged with aiding and abetting violations involving internal accounting controls and books and records violations of Sections 13(b)(2)(A) and 13(b)(2)(B) of the Exchange Act.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are both charged with books and records violations of Section 13(b)(5) of the Exchange Act and Rules 13b2-1 thereunder.
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The Commission also seeks orders against Pietrzak and Furlong barring them from serving as officers and directors in the future, and imposing a penny stock bar against them.
Delistings, Withdrawals and Enforcement Proceedings
www.jefren.com, 7 Mar 2003 [cached]
The three defendants are Michael J. Pietrzak of Carol Stream, Illinois, Maurice W. Furlong of Reno, Nevada, and Donald E. Jordan of Henderson, Nevada.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are officers and directors of Hexagon Consolidated Companies of America, Inc. (HCCA), a development stage mining company headquartered in Reno, Nevada.
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Pietrzak is HCCA's general counsel, executive vice president and secretary, as well as a director.
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Pietrzak and Furlong engaged in protracted efforts to fraudulently increase the stock price and value of the company by, among other means, filing false and misleading registration statements and periodic and current reports, and by issuing false press releases and a letter to shareholders.
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During the same time, Pietrzak and Furlong sold a total of more than 79.7 million shares of HCCA stock, fraudulently receiving at least $4.2 million.
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The complaint also alleges that from 1996 through 2001 HCCA, through the efforts of Pietrzak and Furlong, reported to the public that is was an entity with substantial assets when, in fact, it was virtually worthless.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are charged with violations of the antifraud provisions of Section 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933 (Securities Act) and Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act) and Rule 10b-5 thereunder.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are also charged with aiding and abetting violations involving internal accounting controls and books and records violations of Sections 13(b)(2)(A) and 13(b)(2)(B) of the Exchange Act.
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Pietrzak and Furlong are both charged with books and records violations of Section 13(b)(5) of the Exchange Act and Rules 13b2-1 thereunder.
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The Commission also seeks orders against Pietrzak and Furlong barring them from serving as officers and directors in the future, and imposing a penny stock bar against them. [SEC v. Michael J. Pietrzak, Maurice W. Furlong and Donald E. Jordan, Civil Action No. 03C-1507, ND Ill.] (LR-18016)
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The Commission also seeks orders against Pietrzak and Furlong barring them from serving as officers and directors in the future, and imposing a penny stock bar against them. [SEC v. Michael J. Pietrzak, Maurice W. Furlong and Donald E. Jordan, Civil Action No. 03C-1507, ND Ill.] (LR-18016)
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