Anthony Davian Used Flashy Social Media, Gentile Ohio Locale to Solicit Investors; Ultimately Davian Capital Allegedly Pilfered $1.78 million from Investors

Ohio investment fraud lawyersIn July 2008, Anthony Davian, of Copley, Ohio, formed Davian Capital Advisers, LLC, and allegedly claimed to have $5 million under management, according to a Complaint filed by the SEC.

The Complaint further alleges that soon afterward, Davian allegedly created seven limited partnerships as private investment funds managed by Davian Capital, including LP II, RC Pure Alpha, RC Gravity, Cleveland Gravity, Cleveland Pure Alpha, Cleveland Pure Alpha II, and Cleveland Precious Metals, according to a Complaint filed by the SEC.

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From 2008 through 2013, Davian allegedly used his hedge fund, Davian Capital Advisers, LLC, and glitzy social media posts and videos to promote and sell securities to at least 20 investors across several states, resulting in $1.78 million in overall investor loss.

Davian often presented himself a non-traditional investor far from the Wall St. mainstream, often using YouTube videos, Facebook, and Twitter to appeal directly to a new generation of hedge fund investors who wanted to avoid large fees, and yearned for a broker closer to Main St.

Davian allegedly told investors that he sold securities in the configuration of shares in the various funds he had created and controlled. However, Davian allegedly siphoned much of the cash for his own personal uses, purchasing a $40,000 Audi Q7 Prestige, indulging on new office digs, and purchasing land for a $3 million home in Bath Township, the home of LeBron James, according to statements made by Christos Georgalis, an assistant U.S. attorney.

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Investors who believe they lost money as a result of investment misconduct may contact the investment rights lawyers at Peiffer Rosca Wolf, Alan Rosca or Joe Peiffer, for a free, no-obligation evaluation of their recovery options, at 888-998-0520.