The national securities law firm Levin Law, P.A., is investigating losses related to investments in Infinity Q Capital Management funds, including the Infinity Q Diversified Alpha Fund. An investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) into incorrect valuations of complex derivatives resulted in the immediate halting of redemptions and shutting of the nearly $1.8 billion Fund.
If you have suffered losses as a result of investing in Infinity Q Diversified Alpha Fund, you might be entitled to compensation. Levin Law founder and managing partner Brian Levin has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients. Contact Levin Law today at (305) 402-9050 or by emailing email@example.com for a free consultation.
As first reported by Bloomberg on February 22, a federal inquiry into the valuation methods used by Infinity Q Diversified Alpha Fund (“Fund”) founder, and Chief Investment Officer James Velissaris caused parent company Infinity Q Capital Management (“Infinity Q”) to immediately halt redemptions without warning to investors.
Velissaris was placed on leave, effectively being locked out of the Fund after questions began to arise about his valuation of complex derivatives.
Infinity Q requested to halt redemptions noting an inability to value certain Fund holdings and were therefore unable to calculate net asset value. The company states that it needs time to determine the reliability of previous valuations and is in the process of liquidating the Fund. Infinity Q had used models from a third-party pricing vendor to calculate the fair value of swap instruments (Swaps) in the Fund’s portfolio.
Allegations to the SEC order include that Velissaris had been “adjusting certain parameters with the third-party pricing model that affected the valuation of the Swaps.” Infinity Q has hired an independent valuation expert to determine an accurate valuation of the Swaps but says it could take weeks or months to receive reliable valuations, satisfy requests for redemptions of Fund shares and identify the extent of the impact.
If you have suffered losses as a result of investing in Infinity Q Diversified Alpha Fund, contact Levin Law, P.A. immediately for a free case evaluation. It is believed that Infinity Q and its representatives may have made false or misleading statements to Fund investors and failed to disclose knowledge of incorrect valuations.
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