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GPB Capital Holdings

If you invested in a GPB Capital Holdings Fund, please contact Law Offices of Joshua D. Clark, P.A. immediately.

After allegations that GPB Capital Holdings operated like a Ponzi scheme, Law Offices of Joshua D. Clark, P.A. is investigating possible claims against brokerage firms who recommended risky and high-commission GPB Capital Holdings funds to their customers.

Beginning in late May 2018, GPB began receiving subpoenas and other information requests from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York (the “USAO”), the SEC, the New Jersey Bureau of Securities and the New York City Business Integrity Commission (the “BIC”). Thereafter, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the BIC executed search warrants obtained by the USAO to collect materials and information at GPB’s New York City and Garden City, NY offices. 


Publicly filed lawsuits and regulatory matters allege that GPB Capital Holdings has been engaged in wrongdoing.  A former GPB Holdings partner, officer and manager, Patrick Dibre alleged that “losses occasioned by GPB were in fact caused by a very complicated and manipulative Ponzi scheme.” The claim further alleges that “GPB paid its investors significant returns based upon falsified financial information.” The complaint also alleges that GPB had to “implement a different investment methodology than the one disclosed to the investors.”

Our investigation into GPB private placement funds includes, but is not limited to, the following funds:

  • GPB Automotive Portfolio, LP

  • GPB Cold Storage, LP

  • GPB Eurobond Finance PLC

  • GPB Holdings II, LP

  • GPB Holdings III, LP

  • GPB Holdings Qualified, LP

  • GPB Holdings, LP

  • GPB NYC Development, LP

  • GPB Scientific, LLC

  • GPB Waste Management, LP formerly: GPB Waste Management Fund, LP

If you invested in any GPB Capital fund through a brokerage firm, contact Law Offices of Joshua D. Clark, P.A. at or (954) 790-5181 for a free case evaluation.

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