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$120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang Court Trial: Defence Argues Bill Hwang is an Aggressive Trader Who Invested in Companies He Believes in with Black Swan Event Causing Inability to Meet Margin Calls, Prosecutors Argued Bill Hwang Engaged in Manipulative Trading to Artificially Inflate Stock Prices & Lied to Counter-Parties 

10th July 2024 | Hong Kong

$120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang Court Trial Bill Hwang defence has argued Bill Hwang is an aggressive trader who invested in companies he believes in with a black swan event causing Archegos inability to meet the margin calls.   The prosecutors argued Bill Hwang had engaged in manipulative trading to artificially inflate the stock prices & lied to the counter-parties.  The closing arguments were made on 8th July 2024.  In the 8 weeks court trial (May 2024), an Archegos Bill Hwang operations team member Barima Osei had sent $470 million to Goldman Sachs in error on 24th March 2021 instead of withdrawing $470 million excess funds from Goldman Sachs Trading account.  Goldman Sachs did not return the money to Archegos causing the family office to be in negative $1 billion position & with margin calls.  Earlier in May 2024, the United States court trial has started for $120 billion family office Archegos Bill Hwang (Patrick Halligan), CFO, CRO (Scott Becker) & Head Trader (William Tomita) for market fraud (13/5/24), orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States Prosecutor Alexandra Rothman stated Bill Hwang had spent $1 billion in 1 day to inflate share value of ViacomCBS and manipulate banks to lend him money.  Bill Hwang defence lawyer Barry Berke stated his client (Bill Hwang) is a true believer in the companies he invests in.  The ex-UBS Risk Manager (Bryan Fairbanks) claims Bill Hwang lied on Archegos ability to meet margin call in March 2021 with 30% to 40% equity in free cash but actually had 67% of portfolio in 1 position causing UBS to increase exposure to Archegos from $8 billion to $10 billion in February 2021.   In April 2022, The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Sung Kook (Bill) Hwang, the owner of family office Archegos Capital Management, Chief Financial Officer (Patrick Halligan), Chief Risk Officer (Scott Becker) and Head Trader (William Tomita) for orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States SEC: “From at least March 2020 to March 2021, Hwang purchased on margin billions of dollars of total return swaps. These security-based swaps allow investors to take on huge positions in equity securities of companies by posting limited funds up front. As alleged, Hwang frequently entered into certain of these swaps without any economic purpose other than to artificially and dramatically drive up the prices of the various companies’ securities, which induced other investors to purchase those securities at inflated prices. As a result of Hwang’s trading, Archegos allegedly underwent a period of rapid growth, increasing in value from approximately $1.5 billion with $10 billion in exposure in March 2020 to a value of more than $36 billion with $160 billion in exposure at its peak in March 2021.”  View full statement below | Read Archegoes History 

“ $120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang Court Trial: Defence Argues Bill Hwang is an Aggressive Trader Who Invested in Companies He Believes in with Black Swan Event Causing Inability to Meet Margin Calls, Prosecutors Argued Bill Hwang Engaged in Manipulative Trading to Artificially Inflate Stock Prices & Lied to Counter-Parties “

 



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$120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang Operations Team Member Barima Osei Sent $470 Million to Goldman Sachs in Error on 24th March 2021 Instead of Withdrawing  $470 Million Excess Funds from Goldman Sachs Trading Account, Goldman Sachs Did Not Return the Money to Archegos Causing the Family Office to be in Negative $1 Billion Position & with Margin Calls

Bill Hwang Family Office, Archegos Capital Management

24th May 2024 – The $120 billion family office Archegos Bill Hwang operations team member Barima Osei had sent $470 million to Goldman Sachs in error on 24th March 2021 instead of withdrawing $470 million excess funds from Goldman Sachs Trading accountGoldman Sachs did not return the money to Archegos causing the family office to be in negative $1 billion position & with margin calls.  Earlier in May 2024, the United States court trial has started for $120 billion family office Archegos Bill Hwang (Patrick Halligan), CFO, CRO (Scott Becker) & Head Trader (William Tomita) for market fraud (13/5/24), orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States Prosecutor Alexandra Rothman stated Bill Hwang had spent $1 billion in 1 day to inflate share value of ViacomCBS and manipulate banks to lend him money.  Bill Hwang defence lawyer Barry Berke stated his client (Bill Hwang) is a true believer in the companies he invests in.  The ex-UBS Risk Manager (Bryan Fairbanks) claims Bill Hwang lied on Archegos ability to meet margin call in March 2021 with 30% to 40% equity in free cash but actually had 67% of portfolio in 1 position causing UBS to increase exposure to Archegos from $8 billion to $10 billion in February 2021.   In April 2022, The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Sung Kook (Bill) Hwang, the owner of family office Archegos Capital Management, Chief Financial Officer (Patrick Halligan), Chief Risk Officer (Scott Becker) and Head Trader (William Tomita) for orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States SEC: “From at least March 2020 to March 2021, Hwang purchased on margin billions of dollars of total return swaps. These security-based swaps allow investors to take on huge positions in equity securities of companies by posting limited funds up front. As alleged, Hwang frequently entered into certain of these swaps without any economic purpose other than to artificially and dramatically drive up the prices of the various companies’ securities, which induced other investors to purchase those securities at inflated prices. As a result of Hwang’s trading, Archegos allegedly underwent a period of rapid growth, increasing in value from approximately $1.5 billion with $10 billion in exposure in March 2020 to a value of more than $36 billion with $160 billion in exposure at its peak in March 2021.”  View full statement below | Read Archegoes History

 

 

United States Court Trial Starts for $120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang, CFO, CRO & Head Trader for Market Fraud with $1.5 Billion Assets to $160 Billion Exposure, Spent $1 Billion in 1 Day to Inflate Share Value of ViacomCBS & Manipulate Banks to Lend Him Money, ex-UBS Risk Manager Claims Bill Hwang Lied on Ability to Meet Margin Call in March 2021 with 30% to 40% Equity in Free Cash But Actually Had 67% of Portfolio in 1 Position Causing UBS to Increase Exposure to Archegos from $8 Billion to $10 Billion

16th May 2024 – The United States court trial has started for $120 billion family office Archegos Bill Hwang (Patrick Halligan), CFO, CRO (Scott Becker) & Head Trader (William Tomita) for market fraud (13/5/24), orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States Prosecutor Alexandra Rothman stated Bill Hwang had spent $1 billion in 1 day to inflate share value of ViacomCBS and manipulate banks to lend him money.  Bill Hwang defence lawyer Barry Berke stated his client (Bill Hwang) is a true believer in the companies he invests in.  The ex-UBS Risk Manager (Bryan Fairbanks) claims Bill Hwang lied on Archegos ability to meet margin call in March 2021 with 30% to 40% equity in free cash but actually had 67% of portfolio in 1 position causing UBS to increase exposure to Archegos from $8 billion to $10 billion in February 2021.   In April 2022, The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Sung Kook (Bill) Hwang, the owner of family office Archegos Capital Management, Chief Financial Officer (Patrick Halligan), Chief Risk Officer (Scott Becker) and Head Trader (William Tomita) for orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States SEC: “From at least March 2020 to March 2021, Hwang purchased on margin billions of dollars of total return swaps. These security-based swaps allow investors to take on huge positions in equity securities of companies by posting limited funds up front. As alleged, Hwang frequently entered into certain of these swaps without any economic purpose other than to artificially and dramatically drive up the prices of the various companies’ securities, which induced other investors to purchase those securities at inflated prices. As a result of Hwang’s trading, Archegos allegedly underwent a period of rapid growth, increasing in value from approximately $1.5 billion with $10 billion in exposure in March 2020 to a value of more than $36 billion with $160 billion in exposure at its peak in March 2021.”  View full statement below | Read Archegoes History

 

 

$120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang Corporate Relationship with Nomura Senior Executives for 25 Years Facilitated Large Trading Limits Ultimately Resulting in Nomura Incurring $3 Billion Losses

14th October 2023 – $120 billion Archegos family office Bill Hwang corporate relationship with Nomura senior executives for 25 years had facilitated the large trading limits given to Archegos, which ultimately resulting in Nomura incurring $3 billion lossesIn May 2023, $120 billion Archegos family office insurer Argonaut has filed a lawsuit to avoid potential costs incurred by Archegos.  A separate lawsuit was filed in 2022 by former Archegos Managing Director Brendan Sullivan against Archegos for $50 million loss of compensation, being required to have 25% of deferred compensation.  Insurer Argonaut is filing the lawsuit to avoid insurance payout for breach of fiduciary duty under the United States Employee Retirement Income Security Act.  In 2022 October, Archegos Bill Hwang submitted court filing to end United States SEC (Securities & Futures Commission) lawsuit against him & Archegos Capital Management, citing trades are legal & his firm had traded like any enthusiastic investor.  The criminal trial is scheduled 1 year later on 10th October 2023.  More info below.

 

 

$120 Billion Archegos Family Office Insurer Argonaut Files Lawsuit to Avoid Potential Costs Incurred by Archegos, Separate Lawsuit Filed in 2022 by Former Archegos Managing Director Brendan Sullivan Against Archegos for $50 Million Loss of Compensation

27th May 2023 – $120 billion Archegos family office insurer Argonaut has filed a lawsuit to avoid potential costs incurred by Archegos.  A separate lawsuit was filed in 2022 by former Archegos Managing Director Brendan Sullivan against Archegos for $50 million loss of compensation, being required to have 25% of deferred compensation.  Insurer Argonaut is filing the lawsuit to avoid insurance payout for breach of fiduciary duty under the United States Employee Retirement Income Security Act.  In 2022 October, Archegos Bill Hwang submitted court filing to end United States SEC (Securities & Futures Commission) lawsuit against him & Archegos Capital Management, citing trades are legal & his firm had traded like any enthusiastic investor.  The criminal trial is scheduled 1 year later on 10th October 2023.  More info below.

 

 

$120 Billion Family Office Archegos Bill Hwang Submits Court Filing to End United States SEC Lawsuit Citing Trades are Legal & Traded Like an Enthusiastic Investor, Criminal Trial Scheduled for 10th Oct 2023

Bill Hwang Family Office, Archegos Capital Management

28th October 2022 – $120 billion family office Archegos Bill Hwang had submitted court filing to end United States SEC (Securities & Futures Commission) lawsuit against him & Archegos Capital Management, citing trades are legal & his firm had traded like any enthusiastic investor.  The criminal trial is scheduled 1 year later on 10th October 2023.  In August 2022, United States prosecutors submitted a 12 pages filing on Archegos Family Office (Archegos Capital Management LP), accusing Archegos of misleading banks on Archegos liquidity and portfolio concentration 6 months before its collapse in March 2021, with total exposure growing to around $160 billion with only $1.5 billion in net asset.   In Bill Hwang’s filing, United States SEC had failed to show Archegos (Bill Hwang) had traded deceptively (manipulate the market) and the SEC had declared unlawful a number of practices that have long been accepted as entirely legitimate and commonplace in the market.  The trades were no different from transactions by “an enthusiastic investor with the means to pursue an investment opportunity.”  The United States Supreme Court precedent means United SEC do not have the “right” to pursue claims that Archegos had violated securities laws (not revealing to banks about its liquidity & portfolio to borrow money for its trades).  Read Credit Suisse Report | Read Archegoes History

 

 

United States Prosecutors Filing: Archegos Family Office Misled Banks on Liquidity & Portfolio Concentration 6 Months Before Collapsed in March 2021, $1.5 Billion Assets to $160 Billion Exposure

August 2022 – In the United States prosecutors 12 pages filing on Archegos Family Office (Archegos Capital Management LP), the prosecutors has accused Archegos of misleading banks on Archegos liquidity and portfolio concentration 6 months before its collapse in March 2021, with total exposure growing to around $160 billion with only $1.5 billion in net asset.  The next hearing is on Sept. 8 2022.  The case is U.S. v. Hwang et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 22-cr-00240.  Earlier in April 2022, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Sung Kook (Bill) Hwang, the owner of family office Archegos Capital Management, Chief Financial Officer (Patrick Halligan), Chief Risk Officer (Scott Becker) and Head Trader (William Tomita) for orchestrating a market manipulation fraudulent scheme from $1.5 billion asset value (March 2020) to $160 billion exposure (March 2021) that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.  United States SEC: “From at least March 2020 to March 2021, Hwang purchased on margin billions of dollars of total return swaps. These security-based swaps allow investors to take on huge positions in equity securities of companies by posting limited funds up front. As alleged, Hwang frequently entered into certain of these swaps without any economic purpose other than to artificially and dramatically drive up the prices of the various companies’ securities, which induced other investors to purchase those securities at inflated prices. As a result of Hwang’s trading, Archegos allegedly underwent a period of rapid growth, increasing in value from approximately $1.5 billion with $10 billion in exposure in March 2020 to a value of more than $36 billion with $160 billion in exposure at its peak in March 2021.”  View full statement below | Read Credit Suisse Report | Read Archegoes History

 

United States SEC Official Statement:

Bill Hwang Family Office, Archegos Capital Management

27th April 2022 | The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Sung Kook (Bill) Hwang, the owner of family office Archegos Capital Management, LP (Archegos), with orchestrating a fraudulent scheme that resulted in billions of dollars in losses. The SEC also charged Archegos’s Chief Financial Officer, Patrick Halligan; head trader, William Tomita; and Chief Risk Officer, Scott Becker for their roles in the fraudulent scheme.

The SEC’s complaint alleges that, from at least March 2020 to March 2021, Hwang purchased on margin billions of dollars of total return swaps. These security-based swaps allow investors to take on huge positions in equity securities of companies by posting limited funds up front. As alleged, Hwang frequently entered into certain of these swaps without any economic purpose other than to artificially and dramatically drive up the prices of the various companies’ securities, which induced other investors to purchase those securities at inflated prices. As a result of Hwang’s trading, Archegos allegedly underwent a period of rapid growth, increasing in value from approximately $1.5 billion with $10 billion in exposure in March 2020 to a value of more than $36 billion with $160 billion in exposure at its peak in March 2021.

The complaint also alleges that, as part of the scheme, Archegos repeatedly and deliberately misled many of Archegos’s counterparties about Archegos’s exposure, concentration and liquidity, in order to get increased trading capacity so that Archegos could continue buying swaps in its most concentrated positions, thereby driving up the price of those stocks.  Ultimately in March 2021, price declines in Archegos’s most concentrated positions allegedly triggered significant margin calls that Archegos was unable to meet, and Archegos’s subsequent default and collapse resulted in billions of dollars in credit losses among Archegos’s counterparties.

“Today, we charged Archegos Capital Management and affiliated individuals with committing fraud and manipulating stock prices using total return swaps. The collapse of Archegos last spring demonstrated how activities by one firm can have far-reaching implications for investors and market participants. I thank the SEC staff for taking swift action to hold these actors responsible for their alleged misconduct, which hurt investors across our capital markets,” said SEC Chair Gary Gensler. “The failure of Archegos underscores the importance of our ongoing work to update the security-based swaps market to enhance the investor protections, integrity, and transparency of this market. Further, I encourage prime brokers and other market participants to remain vigilant to the risks presented by counterparty relationships.”

“We allege that Hwang and Archegos propped up a $36 billion house of cards by engaging in a constant cycle of manipulative trading, lying to banks to obtain additional capacity, and then using that capacity to engage in still more manipulative trading,” said Gurbir S. Grewal, Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. “But the house of cards could only be sustained if that cycle of deceptive trading, lies and buying power continued uninterrupted, and once Archegos’s buying power was exhausted and stock prices fell, the entire structure collapsed, allegedly leaving Archegos’s counterparties billions in trading losses.”

The SEC’s complaint, filed in federal district court in Manhattan, charges Hwang and the other defendants with violating antifraud and other provisions of the federal securities laws. The complaint seeks permanent injunctive relief, return of allegedly ill-gotten gains, and civil penalties. The SEC also seeks to bar individual defendants from serving as a public company officer and director.

In parallel actions, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York today announced criminal charges for similar conduct, and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced civil charges.

The SEC’s ongoing investigation is being conducted by David Zetlin-Jones and Brian Fitzpatrick of the Asset Management Unit and Joshua Brodsky of the Complex Financial Instruments Unit, with assistance from Stephen Johnson of the New York Regional Office. It is being supervised by Andrew Dean and Dabney O’Riordan of the Asset Management Unit and Osman Nawaz of the Complex Financial Instruments Unit. The litigation will be led by Mr. Zetlin-Jones and Jack Kaufman. Additional assistance to the investigation was provided by Dennis Hamilton and Adam Yonce of the SEC’s Division of Economic and Risk Analysis. The SEC acknowledges the assistance and cooperation of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, the FBI, and the CFTC.

Federal Reserve: Weak Practices in Banks with Exposure to $120 Billion Archegos Family Office

In November 2021, the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) released information on weak practices in banks with exposure to $120 billion Archegos family office, which operates like a hedge fund and causing $10 billion of trading losses to the world’s largest banks including Credit Suisse, UBS, Nomura, MUFJ and Morgan Stanley.  According to the United States Federal Reserve Supervision and Regulatory Report, the collapse of Archegos family office had revealed weaknesses in margin practices and counter-party risk management at some firms.  In the report, no banks were named but the Federal Reserve will be providing direct feedback to the financial institutions that would cause vulnerability in the financial system.

 

Archegos Family Office – $120 Billion Exposure

Credit Suisse which suffered a loss of $5.5 billion, had released a full investigative report, detailing the relationship, built-up to losses and revenue from Archegos Family Office.  Archegos Family Office, Korean-American Bill Hwang family office which operates like a hedge fund, had total exposure of $120 billion in March 2021, causing $10 billion of trading losses to the world’s largest banks including Credit Suisse, UBS, Nomura, MUFJ and Morgan Stanley.  Read More: Credit Suisse Report: Archegos Family Office Had $120 Billion Total Exposure

 

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