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    Astorica SA: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that Astorica SA “is suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    Safe Trust SNC: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that Safe Trust SNC “is suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    SEC v. Ilit Raz: Complaint (‘$21M Investment Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging a $21 million fraud involving Joonko Diversity Inc. in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ilit Raz, described as a citizen and resident of Israel, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    ChainDigger GmbH: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that ChainDigger GmbH (in Liquidation) “is suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    MCA Intelifunds Ltd.: €360K Fine (Cyprus)

    Public Notice by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission that it has imposed a fine of €360,000 on MCA Intelifunds Limited, trading as FXORO, for regulatory breaches.

    SEC v. Mark Borden: Complaint (‘Unregistered Broker for Securities Fraudster’)

    Complaint alleging the defendant "acted as an unregistered broker" for Charlie Abujudeh, who is a convicted securities fraudster, and others in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Mark Borden, described as "an attorney licensed to practice law in Canada and a resident of Thornhill, Ontario, Canada", at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

    SEC v. SION Trading FZE: Notice of Joint Liability (‘$37M Crypto Fraud’)

    SEC's Notice of Joint Liability Against Relief Defendant SION Trading FZE, of the United Arab Emirates, regarding an alleged crypto-based investment fraud scheme in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Arbitrade Ltd., of Bermuda; Cryptobontix Inc., of Canada; Troy R.J. Hogg, of Canada; James L. Goldberg, Stephen L. Braverman, and Max W. Barber, as Defendants, and SION Trading FZE, as Relief Defendant, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    CFTC v. KuCoin et al: Complaint (‘Unregistered Crypto Exchange’)

    Complaint in U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Mek Global Limited, of the Seychelles; PhoenixFin PTE. Ltd., of Singapore; Flashdot Limited, of the Cayman Islands, and Peken Global Limited, of the Seychelles, "collectively doing business as a centralized digital asset exchange under the name 'KuCoin'", at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    SEC v. Michael Caridi: Letters Rogatory (Fabio Gesufatto et al, Canada)

    SEC's unopposed motion for the issuance of letters rogatory to Fabio Gesufatto, Blu Stella Consulting Group Inc., Ommid Faghani, Kevin Rod, Scott Reeves, Elie Boustani, and Francois Latreille, who were described as citizens of Canada residing in Quebec, Canada, for a complaint alleging securities fraud in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Michael Caridi at the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.

    DexTech AG: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that DexTech AG “is suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    Sora Bank AG: Liquidation Payout & Compensation (Liechtenstein)

    Press Release by the Liechtenstein Financial Market Authority that "the Liechtenstein Court of Justice opened bankruptcy proceedings in respect of the assets of Sora Bank AG in Liquidation and appointed Deloitte (Liechtenstein) AG as the bank liquidator".

    Pixton AG: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that Pixton AG “is suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    ECUREX GmbH: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that ECUREX GmbH, which appears to have operated as a crypto exchange, “is suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    Iskander Karam: £10K Fine & Disqualification (Guernsey)

    Public Notice by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission that it has issued a £10,000 fine and two-year prohibition against Iskander Karam, a.k.a. Alexander Karam, a.k.a. Alexander Kaymen, who appears to be a citizen and resident of the United Kingdom, after finding that he "deliberately or recklessly made a number of false and/or misleading statements in his Personal Questionnaire submitted in connection with an application for a licence and for the authorisation of a collective investment scheme".

    Cloopen Group Holding Ltd.: Cease and Desist Order (‘Accounting Fraud’)

    Cease and Desist Order in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Cloopen Group Holding Limited, described as a Cayman Islands-domiciled, China-based "provider of cloud-based communications products and services to enterprises of various sizes located primarily in China", in an administrative proceeding before the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    OKCoin Europe Ltd.: €304K Settlement (Malta)

    Public Notice by the Malta Financial Services Authority that OKCoin Europe Ltd. has agreed to pay an "administrative penalty" of €304,000 to settle an investigation in which the regulator "found failings in respect of Article 41 of the Virtual Financial Assets Act".

    Illiar SA: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that Illiar SA “is “suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    SEC v. Sam Lee et al: Complaint (‘$1.7B HyperFund Crypto Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging "a global, crypto asset-related, multi-level marketing pyramid and Ponzi scheme that raised over $1.7 billion from victims worldwide, including millions from U.S. investors" in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Xue Samuel Lee, a.k.a. Sam Lee, described as a citizen of Australia residing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Brenda Indah Chunga, a.k.a. Bitcoin Beautee, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

    Screems AG: Public Warning (Switzerland)

    Public Warning by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority that Screems AG, now known as XYZAP AG, “is “suspected of conducting unauthorised activities in the financial market”.

    SEC v. Michael Caridi: Amended Complaint (‘Fraud’)

    Amended Complaint alleging "a fraudulent scheme by Caridi, the former chairman and chief executive of Tree of Knowledge International, Inc." in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Michael Caridi at the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.

    CFTC v. Debiex et al: Complaint (‘Pig Butchering Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging fraud in Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Debiex, as Defendant, and Zhāng Chéng Yáng, described as "a Chinese ntional", as Relief Defendant, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona.

    HTI Financial Solutions Ltd. v. Manhattan SMI KG Properties Finance Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘$344M Breach of Contract’)

    Complaint in HTI Financial Solutions Limited, described as a "Hong Kong based investment manager" v. Manhattan SMI KG Properties Finance Limited, described as a British Virgin Islands-domiciled company based in New York, USA; SMI USA Group LLC, formerly known as Shanghai Municipal Investment Group USA LLC; SMI 520 Fifth Ave LLC, 520 Fifth Owner LLC, and KG Fifth Ave Investment LLC, all of Delaware, USA, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    SEC v. Shanchun Huang: Complaint (‘Securities Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging "the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) of Future FinTech Group Inc. (“Future FinTech”), a Nasdaq-listed corporation, manipulated the stock price of Future FinTech by buying hundreds of thousands of Future FinTech shares to artificially increase the company’s stock price shortly before and after he became CEO in March 2020" in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Shanchun Huang, described as a resident of London, England, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.