A 74-year-old former fund manager who resided in San Francisco was recently sentenced to 30 months in prison for investment adviser fraud and filing a false income tax return that failed to report millions of dollars in illegally diverted funds. The California resident moved funds between several entities related to Burrill Capital, LLC, using advance management fees he was not permitted to draw. His accountant was convicted of assisting with the filing of the false income tax return and will be sentenced soon.
California Fund Manager Sentenced to Prison for Fraud and False Tax Return
On behalf of Law Office of Williams & Associates, P.C. | Dec 11, 2018 | DOJ