The recent arrest of Juan Carlos Reynoso in Mexico, within the financial zone Black capital of Wall Street, put back on the table the case of the alleged cryptocurrency pyramid scam he allegedly organized omega proa company that – according to research – had the Peruvian businessman as director for Latin America.
There is no exact number of people likely to be involved in the “story” of this company which operated under the slogan of “achieve financial freedom”, but it is calculated – according to Bloomberg- which only in Colombia would be at least 280. The loss figure for investors would amount to almost 300 million Colombian pesos.
If you know that omega prowhose leader for this continent was Juan Carlos Reynosowould also have had a presence in Chile, Spain and Mexico. This makes the authorities think that the number of probable victims would be much higher than the estimates. According to the company’s own page, its affiliates are close to two million, revealing a vast universe of potential victims.
On his social media, he Peruvian businessman He invited his thousands of followers to be part of this world.
“Hello friends, I want to talk to you about the digital assets and who are the people who can benefit from these new financial markets: essentially people who handle money, of all ages… the world of digital money It gives you a lot of options that are very simple and easy to manage using a smart cell phone,” Reynoso pointed out in an October 2021 clip, months before the case was discovered. omega pro.
According The Economistthe arrests of Reynoso and four other people at the premises of The Black Capital of Wall Street They have a history behind them that allegedly involves drug trafficking, cryptocurrency trading, and “even a government-regulated and supervised entity. National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV)”.
According to the latter entity, the finances The Black Capital of Wall Street It is registered under the figure of investment adviser, which is regulated and supervised by this authority.
In its records, the financial company is authorized to provide two types of services:
-Provide securities portfolio management services on a regular and professional basis, taking investment decisions in the name and on behalf of third parties.
-Provide securities investment advice, analysis and issuance of investment recommendations on a regular and professional basis on an individual basis.
Continuing the information of the commission, “investment advisers are natural and legal persons who, without being intermediaries of the stock marketregularly and professionally provide securities portfolio management services”.
Being an entity regulated and supervised by the said commission, Black Wall Street Capital “must have policies to prevent money laundering”. Supervision of these companies is the responsibility of the Vice-Presidency of Stock Market Surveillance of the said authority.
Juan Carlos Minero Alonsoalso arrested on the day of the operation, is the legal representative of the financial company, registered since November 2016.
Minor Alonso and Guillermo Arturo Delgado Olguin filed -in 2015- the trademark of Black WallStreet Capital before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI).
According to the register consulted at IMPI, the products or services of this firm would be “insurance, financial operations, monetary operations and real estate business”.
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