Broad Reach Capital, LP and Broad Reach Partners, LLC – SEC Files Complaint for Violations | Goodman & Nekvasil P.A. May Recover Investor Losses
According to the SEC Allegations:
This case involves an investment advisory fraud in which Brenda A. Smith and the other Defendants solicited over $100 million from investors for purported investment in sophisticated securities trading strategies. However, Smith took the vast majority of these funds for unrelated companies, to pay back other investors, and for personal use. And, in 2019, confronted with at least one investor trying to redeem its investment, Smith created a fictitious valuation of assets backed by false claims that she held billions of dollars in assets through a company she owned.
Broad Reach Capital, LP (also referred to as “Broad Reach Fund” or “Fund”) is a Delaware limited partnership established in February 2016 and operates as a purported hedge fund. The Fund’s principal place of business is in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
Broad Reach Partners, LLC (also referred to as “Partners”) is a Delaware limited company with its principal place of business in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. It serves as the general partner for the Fund. Partners has no employees other than Brenda Smith and conducts no business other than serving as the Fund’s general partner. Partners passed much of the money invested in the Fund through its bank account to entities or accounts controlled by Brenda Smith.
From at least February 2016 through the present, Smith, defendant Broad Reach Capital, LP (“Broad Reach Fund” or the “Fund”), defendant Broad Reach Partners, LLC (“Partners”), and defendant Bristol Advisors, LLC (“Bristol”) (collectively, without Smith, the “Entity Defendants”), engaged in this fraud. Brenda Smith dominated and controlled Broad Reach Capital, LP and Broad Reach Partners, LLC such that they were essentially her alter egos.
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