Belgium FPSF v. Lion Advisory Inc. Pension Plan et al: ‘€6.5M Tax Fraud’ Complaint

Complaint for €6.5 million alleging “a fraudulent scheme that caused FPSF Belgium to pay large amounts of money to putative entities in the United States claiming to be owed tax refunds relating to corporate dividends” in Kingdom of Belgium Federal Public Service Finance, described as Belgium’s tax collection agency v. Lion Advisory Inc. Pension Plan, described as a New York-based “trust recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service”; Richard Markowitz, of New York; Luke McGee, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; John van Merkensteijn, of New York; FGC Securities LLC, described as being domiciled in Delaware and based in New York, and Stephen Wheeler, of Shrewsbury, New Jersey, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.


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    July 27, 2021
    Lion Advisory Inc. Pension Plan, Richard Markowitz, Luke McGee, John van Merkensteijn, FGC Securities LLC, Stephen Wheeler
    Kingdom of Belgium Federal Public Service Finance
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    Fraud
    Clifford Chance, Jeff Butler