The Observer has exclusively learned that two prominent Jewish investors have gone to the SEC to report Huberfeld for non-payment of redemptions.
The Fruchthandler family, real estate moguls whose holdings include the Woolworth Building, and the founder of one of the oldest and most well-respected Brooklyn yeshivas, Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin Fund, reported Huberfeld & Platinum to the SEC for non-payment of over 0,000 in redemptions dating back to 2014.
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NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 8: After being arrested on federal corruption charges, Murray Huberfeld, the founder of New York-based hedge fund Platinum Partners LP, leaves United States District Court, June 8, 2016. Platinum Club Members pay a significantly higher fee to have their profile featured as such, and to receive premium placement on our site.The Platinum Club is for Wealthy Men who want to receive more responses from Attractive Women. Please accept our apologies and contact Customer Support, providing any order numbers or receipts you have.The FBI stormed Murray Huberfeld’s Platinum Properties hedge fund on Tuesday afternoon, but what’s interesting is that the raid is being characterized as unconnected to the ongoing and growing investigation.As Reuters reported, it “is separate from a wide-ranging corruption investigation by the U. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.” Huberfeld is at the center of the ongoing scandal rocking the NYPD, and was indicted on charges of raising million from a New York City Correction Officers Benevolent Association through kickbacks.