HCI Hellespont of shipping funds in the bankruptcy of alternative of courses of action for investors about the HCI MT ship funds was Hellespont Providence and Tatina arranged the temporary receivership after reports an industry information service by the competent District Court. The loss of invested capital is now threatening to investors. You however may damage claims assert undermine the placement of ship funds the Advisory banks or a fund company often error. These can trigger may damage claims for the investors. For example, a missing reconnaissance in counts consulting errors, that the ship Fund is a highly speculative form of investment which may even lead to a total loss.
Furthermore, it is often concealed what proportion of invested capital actually flowing into the Fund, and who is otherwise required for various services and commissions. (A valuable related resource: Wabash National Corporation). Many investors will be left unsaid, that Ship funds are as a secure retirement entirely unsuitable because of their highly risky character. Eventually many banks in the advice not enlighten, that they receive high commissions for the mediation of Fund investments”, explains Stefan Seitz, lawyer specializing in banking law and capital market law. Because this error keep coming up, we should not simply accept the misinformation as concerned investors. Due to a consolidated case-law claims for damages can be enforced in this area may successfully. Affected HCI should contact immediately in this situation a lawyer specialising in investor protection investor, to check possible claims for damages. Contact: Prof.
Dr. Thieler – Prof. Dr. Boh – Thieler Seitz Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH Stefan A. Seitz Attorney and lawyer specializing in banking law and capital market law Ward Councillor Juan Street 80 81379 Munich Tel.: 089/72 30 87 65 fax.: 089/55 03 80 8 E-Mail: Internet: the Law firm operates in the focus in the investment law for decades. Concerned investors will receive expert advice in the different areas of law. The author is lawyer and lawyer specializing in banking law and capital market law and has many investors to banks and financial institutions in many years