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Leonard Berney

Posted by Grace Cheng on Oct 18 2006 07:30:00 Singapore Time +8 GMT
 
Today I saw an ad in The Straits Times (Singapore) about this person Leonard Berney soliciting for other people's money, claiming to trade on their behalf so that they can supposedly attain 38% return per annum. I strongly urge people out there who have seen the advertisement to be VERY skeptical and careful about such claims and intentions. I did a search online and chanced upon a website, which I have listed below. Note that the site said that "The Irish Central Bank condemned the scheme as 'unlawful'". I have...

contacted the MAS to look into this matter in the meantime. Whether my fears are founded or not, please do diligent research when it comes to investment-related matters. There are too many scammers out there, ready to take your money if you permit them to do so.

http://www.costa-action.co.uk/index.asp?file=Leonard_Berney

 

We have had many complaints about Leonard Berney and John Findlater OBE. Findlater uses the OBE Honour in all his advertisements.

In the Eighties, he was involved in schemes in which investors lost about half their capital. Ten years ago, he advertised again from a Surrey address, claiming to have earned a consistent 41% from his index trading. The regulator at the time, the Securities and Investments Board, clamped down instantly and called a halt.

Most recently, in 1998, Berney was at it again. Using an address in Dublin, he offered a yield of 18%. The Irish Central Bank condemned the scheme as 'unlawful'.

In short, Berney gambles with other people's money. At one point, about three dozen of his clients were being sued by brokers for £3 million in losses he notched up in their names.

 

 

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