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March 17, 2007

Steven Vornea

This is to introduce you to one of the titans of the finance industry, Steven Vornea. He runs CFA Capital Partners and as such he's had 17 years in the business of financing real estate and technology ventures.

His work involves structuring and sourcing loans and financing packages for multiple companies across a spread of different industries. Starting out at the tender age of 18 he was his bank's top producer two years later and has since been able to grow and sell a number of businesses.

If your business needs financing, in the real estate, technology or even finance fields then it's worth seeing what Steven can do for you. His knowledge and proven success at working nationwide to organise, structure and negotiate financing packages could be just what you need.

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You mean THIS Steven Vornea?

http://www.nasd.com/RegulatoryEnforcement/MonthlyDisciplinaryActions/1999Actions/NASDW_007549

"Steven Harry Vornea (Registered Representative, Brookville, New Y o r k ) submitted a Letter of Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent pursuant to which he was censured, fined $700,000, and barred from association with any NASD member in any capacity. Without admitting or denying the allegations, Vornea consented to the described sanctions and to the entry of findings that he acted as principal of his member firm while failing to register as a principal
with the NASD. The findings also stated that Vornea caused his firm and its registered representatives to purchase securities before the completion of each of the distributions. Furthermore, the NASD found that Vornea, through his direct and indirect actions, caused his firm to engage in numerous sales practice abuses including, but not limited to, misrepresentations about issuers, failures to execute customer orders, and requiring customers to purchase aftermarket shares as a condition of receiving initial public offering units, and other high pressure tactics. In addition, the NASD determined that Vornea, through his direct and indirect actions, caused his firm and its registered representatives to manipulate the prices of securities in aftermarket trading, and as a result, the firm generated over $6 million in illegal profits. Vornea also failed to supervise the activities of his member firm’s registered representatives to ensure compliance with applicable securities laws, regulations, and NASD rules."

Posted by: Someone who worked with the slimeball Vornea Years ago. | Jun 19, 2007 6:44:32 PM