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Coquitlam promoter Maisie Smith appeals market ban

Securities Commission hearing panel decision that she illegally sold $5.7 million in securities to 81 investors.

In January, the panel headed by BCSC vice chairman Brent Aitken found Smith and her close Ontario associate, Jeff Eshun, had sold promissory notes in their private company, JV Raleigh Superior Holdings Inc., without being registered to do so.

Smith and Eshun told investors their money would be invested in "consumer protected notes," but the panel found that most of the money went into corporate accounts controlled by Smith and Eshun.

Where the money went from there is not clear. BCSC enforcement counsel did not allege fraud; it was sufficient for them to press the case on the basis of an illegal distribution. Nevertheless, the panel found the pair had taken the money "on false pretences," which is a potential Criminal Code offence. securities market, and ordered them to return the $5.7 million they took from investors. The panel also fined Eshun $750,000 and Smith $500,000.

On Jan. Court of Appeal for leave to appeal the hearing panel''s decision (on both liability and penalty) on grounds that it "erred in law by making substantive findings of fact which were not alleged in the notice of hearing and were not supported by the evidence."

Smith may have been emboldened by the fact that the RCMP "Anadrol 50" Commercial Crime Section has made it clear they are not going to pursue an investigation. They say they have more pressing priorities.

This is distressing. The panel found that Smith and Eshun told investors their money would be invested in "consumer protected notes," but there was no evidence Anavar For Sale Philippines the money was used for this purpose.

I would have expected the RCMP to dive into this case for several reasons: the amount of money involved, the number of investors, the vulnerability of the investors (mainly Filipino immigrants) and the fact that the hearing panel could find no evidence that Eshun and Smith "intend to alter their behaviour."

Last Friday, the Windsor Star published a 2,676 "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" word article about several other investment schemes that Eshun and two Ontario cohorts brothers Roger and Bruce Blair promoted in Ontario, causing similar grief to investors.

It is entitled, "Empty Dreams: Promised millions in return, investors still waiting for the payout." Although the schemes, as described, are different, it is essentially the same story, with the same police reaction. Securities Commission had referred a portion of its file to the RCMP, who passed it on to the Ontario Provincial Police and Peel Regional Police.

However, Brownell said neither force is actively investigating the "Anaboliset Aineet" matter, and one Peel police officer told her his force decided not to investigate because the BCSC was already "Anaboliset Aineet" involved.

Brownell quoted consumer advocate Diane Urquhart as saying that police find excuses not to investigate these sorts of schemes, "ranging from there''s no resources to there''s no crime, without doing any kind of in Anavar Nausea depth investigation."

Urquhart added: "We have a problem in the country. Deca Durabolin Blood Pressure It''s a pretty serious and shocking problem."In August 2011, when Victoria bookseller Bjarne Tokerud was appraising a donation of more than 50,000 Chinese books for tax receipting purposes for the Richmond "buy cheap jintropin online" Library, he described himself on his website as an "accredited appraiser for donations."

The library leaned heavily on his purported accreditation in justifying the $1.2 million in tax receipts it issued to the donors, Kwok Chu Lee and his wife Grace, for the books.

In a Sept. 13 email, chief librarian Greg Buss told me Tokerud "is considered a leading expert in appraisal of rare books."

"He has performed appraisals for a number of major Canadian universities, including UBC, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria, and University of Alberta, as well as the National Art Gallery, the Maritime Museum of Vancouver, and the Provincial Archives of Alberta. First, Tokerud''s appraisals did not explain how he arrived at his $1.2 million valuation. There are no comparative sales figures, no discussion of the effect on value if such a large collection was placed on the market, no indication what assumptions he might have used to arrive at his valuation figures none of the things you would normally expect to see in a professional appraisal.

Second, if Tokerud had been accredited, it was not clear who accredited him. He couldn''t have been accredited by the Antiquarian Booksellers'' Association: that association does not provide any accreditation. I was unable to find any other body that had accredited him. When I asked Tokerud about this matter, he didn''t respond.

I now see that Tokerud has dropped any reference to being an "accredited" appraiser from his website. I left messages for him Tuesday, looking for an explanation, but he did not return my calls.

 
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