Seattle Broker Pleads Guilty to Ponzi Scheme
Dennis Daugs Jr., who was the managing director of a Seattle advisory firm, Lakeside Capital Management, used assets from the portfolio of a senior citizen client to fund $3.1 million in personal loans without obtaining the client’s consent. Daugs made loans to himself to buy a luxury vacation home and refinance a rare vintage automobile.
Daugs also improperly directed an investment fund managed by his firm to make more than $4.5 million in loans and investment purchases to facilitate personal real estate deals and fend off claims from discontented Lakeside Capital clients.
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