NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 12, 2021 / Malecki Law filed an expedited FINRA arbitration lawsuit today on behalf of investors claiming $2.5 million in losses discovered after the death of an apparent Ponzi schemer. A retired Florida couple, originally from New York, allege that their Long Island-based brokerage firm, Henley & Company LLC, failed to supervise its registered financial advisor Philip R. Incorvia, and failed to audit his satellite Henley branch office, which Henley is alleged to have in essence permitted Mr. Incorvia to run his Ponzi scheme out of for many years until uncovered after his recent death in August. The filing was made while victims are still coming forward following Mr. Incorvia’s passing on August 12, 2021; it is believed that there are at least 15 to 17 additional victims, possibly many more. Through these and other alleged supervisory shortcomings, it is alleged that Henley aided and abetted the fraudulent scheme conducted by Mr. Incorvia, which he operated through his own side business entity, Jefferson Resources Inc., openly registered – and easily found with a simple Google search – to the same street address as the Henley branch office at 10 Beatty Road, in Shoreham, New York. It is believed that many of the scheme’s victims reside along the East Coast of the United States, possibly elsewhere as well, spanning from Florida through New York and Maine. And while details are still emerging, it is clear that Mr. Incorvia ran the Ponzi…

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