Securities And Banking Fraud

New York's financial industries are not for the faint of heart. These jobs require an analytical mind and the willingness to take risks (personally and on behalf of clients). And while these industries can be highly lucrative, they can also be dangerous — sometimes leading to civil lawsuits and criminal charges.

The consequences of a criminal conviction go far beyond the threat of jail time. They can include high rates of restitution, fines, civil and criminal forfeiture of assets and loss of professional licensure.

Even before charges are filed, being investigated by the SEC, the FBI or local law enforcement can significantly impact your reputation and jeopardize your job. That's why, at the first sign of trouble, you should contact an attorney with a detailed knowledge of finance, investment and banking.

Skilled Defense From A Knowledgeable Attorney

Many attorneys do not have the sophisticated understanding of finance necessary to defend clients accused of financial crimes. But our attorney, Aaron M. Goldsmith, is ready and willing to take on these complex cases. Our firm regularly defends stock brokers, mortgage brokers investment analysts and even other lawyers against charges related to:

  • Forgeries
  • Securities fraud
  • Broker fraud
  • Investment scams
  • Misrepresentation on promissory notes
  • Straw-men
  • Theft and manipulation of municipal funding
  • Wire fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Identity theft
  • Tax fraud
  • Insider trading
  • Unsuitable investments
  • Stock manipulation

Whether your case is prosecuted at the state or federal level, we have the skills and resources to defend you. In addition to resolving your criminal charges in the most favorable manner possible, we will work to limit any collateral damage to your career and reputation.

Contact The Firm To Discuss Your Case For Free

The Law Office of Aaron M. Goldsmith, PC, is located in Manhattan and offers free initial consultations to prospective clients in the New York metro area. To discuss your legal needs with an experienced securities and banking fraud defense attorney, call our firm at 212-256-9434. You can also fill out this secure online contact form.