Published On: June 4, 2015

William Michael Quigley, former compliance director for Trident Partners Ltd. brokerage firm in Westbury, New York, faces criminal and civil charges for scamming investors out of $800,000. He used $500,000 of the money to send to his brothers in the Philippines. Quigley convinced many investors, most of them foreign, to invest in Dell Inc., and Berkshire Hathaway Inc., as well as BlackRock Inc. and other companies just about to go public. He ran the scheme for almost a decade, and perpetuated it by sending falsified account statements to investors. Trident Partners terminated Quigley once they found out about the scheme.

William Michael Quigley was registered with the following firms: Quick & Reilly, Fleet Securities, Benjamin Securities, Ladenburg Capital Management, Win Capital Corp, and Joseph Stevens & Company. He has two customer disputes against him. He is no longer licensed to act as a broker or investment adviser, and is not currently registered with any firm. If you lost money with William Michael Quigley, please call our securities law offices based in Chicago at 312-332-4200 to speak to an attorney about your options. Trident Partners had a duty to reasonably supervise Mr. Quigley while he was employed there, and can be held liable for monetary losses.

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