Was der Broker über sich sagt:
Royal Investment Consortium
Royal Investment Consortium is a merger of wealthy families and family trusts domiciled in the United
Arab Emirates, China, Russia and Spain. It has a long and colorful history, founded in 1828 by several
wealthy families in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Initially, the consortium started as a
merchant banking operation, providing loans to local business. Slowly and surely they began acquiring
private banks and then moved to developing and distributing financial products and services to private
and institutional investors.
Their main goal is to help their clients distribute their funds and to advise them where to stash their cash
A Consortium Dedicated to Service
Royal Investment Consortium is dedicated to providing clients with private and confidential customer
service in the following fields of business:
International Private Banking
International Wealth Management
Formation of Offshore companies and Opening of private and corporate bank accounts in
the following jurisdictions:
All EU Countries Gibraltar Nevis
All states of U.S.A. Grenada New Zealand
Andorra Guernsey Niue
Antigua & Barbuda Hamriyah Free Zone, U.A.E. Panama
Anguilla Hong Kong Ras Al Khaimah
Bahamas Isle of Man Seychelles
Barbados Jersey Sharjah, U.A.E.
Belize Liberia St. Kitts & Nevis
Bermuda Liechtenstein St. Vincent & The Grenadines
British Virgin Islands Luxembourg Seychelles
Brunei Maldives Switzerland
Cayman Islands Malta Turks & Caicos
Cook Islands Marshall Islands U. K.
Costa Rica Mauritius Vanuatu
Cyprus Monaco Western Samoa
To learn more about how to protect and diversify your hard-earned funds and to invest your cash legally
around the globe. please contact Dr. Frank Rottmann, President of Royal Investment Consortium, at
In diesem Artikel finden Sie Informationen von Finanzregulierungsbehörden. Offizielle Warnungen:
Cod. Consob: 675800
OGGETTO: Request of information concerning Royal Investment consortium srl
We inform you that we have taken note of the mentioned request of information, the
content of which is being studied for the purposes of supervision by this Institute.
We kindly ask you to send us the documents referred to in the note sent to CONSOB
(signed contracts, copies of bank transfers, etc.).
In relation to the content of your report, it is noted that no company with the name “Royal
Investment Consortium s.r.l.” is present in the lists of persons authorized to provide investment
services in Italy.
Please note, however, that according to the confidentiality constraint provided for by art.
4, paragraph 10, of the legislative decree n. 58/1998, and subsequent amendments, the results of
the investigations carried out and any acts adopted may be disclosed only to the extent that they
are not confidential.
We also inform you that complaints do not in themselves imply the opening of an
administrative procedure pursuant to law no. 241/1990, nor the introduction of a debate with this
MFSA Warning – Royal Investment Consortium -Unlicensed Entity
MARCH 27, 2023
The Malta Financial Services Authority (“MFSA” or “the Authority”) has become aware of an entityoperating under the name of Royal Investment Consortium (“the Entity”) which has an internetpresence at www.royalinvestmentconsortium.com. The Entity claims to be offering “
financialproducts and services to private and institutional investors ” in various jurisdictions including Malta. The MFSA wishes to alert the public, in Malta and abroad, that Royal Investment Consortium
is NEITHER a Maltese registered Company NOR licensed or otherwise authorised by the MFSA toprovide any financial services which are required to be licensed or otherwise authorised underMaltese law.
The MFSA would like to remind consumers of financial services not to enter into any financialservices transaction unless they have ascertained that the entity with whom the transaction isbeing made is authorised to provide such services by the MFSA or another reputable financialservices regulator. Investors should also be extra cautious when being approached with offers offinancial services via unconventional channels such as telephone calls or social media.
A list of entities licensed by the MFSA can be viewed on the official website of the MFSA at
Warnung bezüglich „ROYAL INVESTMENT CONSORTIUM“
Die Commission for the Control of Financial Activities („CCAF“) ist auf ein Unternehmen aufmerksam geworden,
das unter dem Namen Royal Investment Consortium („das Unternehmen“) tätig ist und im Internet unter der
Adresse www.royalinvestmentconsortium.com vertreten ist. Das Unternehmen behauptet, in verschiedenen
Gerichtsbarkeiten, einschließlich Monaco, Dienstleistungen in den Bereichen „International Private Banking,
Offshore-Banking, internationale Vermögensverwaltung, Gründung von Offshore-Gesellschaften und die
Eröffnung von Privat- und Firmenbankkonten“ anzubieten.
Die CCAF weist die Öffentlichkeit darauf hin, dass das Royal Investment Consortium weder ein in Monaco
registriertes noch ein von der CCAF zugelassenes Unternehmen ist, um im Fürstentum finanzielle Aktivitäten
durchzuführen, die einer Genehmigung nach geltendem Recht unterliegen. Das Unternehmen ist daher nicht
berechtigt, Finanzdienstleistungen oder -produkte für Privatkunden in Monaco anzubieten.
Die CCAF erinnert die angeworbenen Privatkunden daran, keine Finanztransaktionen durchzuführen, bevor sie
sich vergewissert haben, dass das Unternehmen berechtigt ist, Vermögensverwaltungs- oder
Anlageberatungstätigkeiten im Fürstentum auszuüben. Die Liste der von der CCAF zugelassenen Einrichtungen
kann auf unserer Website eingesehen werden: Liste der zugelassenen Unternehmen und Einrichtungen
Veröffentlicht am: 04.05.2023
INVESTOR ALERT: ROYAL INVESTMENT CONSORTIUM AND DR. FRANK ROTTMANN
It has come to the attention of the Financial Services Commission, Mauritius (FSC) that an entity by the name of Royal Investment Consortium is claiming on its website, (www.royalinvestmentconsortium.com), to offer financial services in Mauritius. Dr. Frank Rottmann is purporting to be the president of Royal Investment Consortium.
The FSC hereby informs the public that Royal Investment Consortium, Dr. Frank Rottmann and/or any other individuals or representatives or promoter groups operating under these names are not and have not, at any point in time, been licensed and regulated by the FSC.
Members of the public are therefore urged to exercise caution in their dealings with Royal Investment Consortium, Dr. Frank Rottmann and any other individuals and/or entities claiming to be allegedly licensed/authorised/registered by the FSC.
Consumers of financial services are further encouraged to consult the Register of Licensees available on the FSC website for persons/entities duly licensed/authorised/registered under the relevant Acts on the following link: https://www.fscmauritius.org/en/being-supervised/register-of-licensees and/or to contact the FSC for more clarifications on firstname.lastname@example.org.
11 April 2023
About the FSC
The FSC is the integrated regulator for the non-banking financial services sector and global business.
The vision of the FSC is to be an internationally recognised Financial Supervisor committed to the sustained development of Mauritius as a sound and competitive Financial Services Centre.
20 April 2023
Royal Investment Consortium
The Bermuda Monetary Authority (Authority or BMA) is aware of claims made by the Royal Investment Consortium (Company) in which the Company claims that it can form offshore companies in Bermuda, among other countries.
In Bermuda, companies can only be formed by businesses that have received a licence issued by the Authority under the Corporate Service Provider Business Act 2012 (CSPB Act) unless exempted by or under an exemption order issued under the CSPB Act. The Authority has not issued a licence to the Company under the CSPB Act, nor has the Company been issued an exemption. To avoid doubt, the Authority has not issued any licence or registration to the Company under any of the regulated sectors for which it is responsible. Additionally, the Company does not appear on the register of companies as maintained by the Registrar of Companies in Bermuda.
The Authority reminds the public that it is an offence under Section 8 of the CSPB Act to conduct corporate service provider business with a licence issued under the CSPB Act or file a notice of exemption under the Corporate Service Provider Exemption Order 2015.
The Authority is also aware of a warning about the Company published by the Malta Financial Services Authority, which can be found at https://www.mfsa.mt/news-item/mfsa-warning-royal-investment-consortium-unlicensed-entity/.
Conducting business with unregulated entities carries an increased risk for potential investors, especially when dealing with entities which make false representations in their promotional material. Anyone who conducts business with this entity does so at their own risk.
The Authority maintains a warning list to inform the public, maximise the deterrent effect and ensure the transparency of the Authority’s decision-making. This Company has been added to the warning list of unauthorised firms and individuals at www.bma.bm/warning-list.
Warning regarding the activities of an entity named Royal
The CSSF warns the public of an entity named “Royal Investment Consortium” which pretends, on the website
https://www.royalinvestmentconsortium.com/, to offer the following services in various jurisdictions, including
Luxembourg: “international private banking, offshore banking, international wealth management, creation of
offshore companies and opening of private bank and business accounts”.
The CSSF informs the public that an entity named “Royal Investment Consortium” is unknown to it, that it is not
supervised by the CSSF and that it has not been granted any authorisation to provide banking services or other
financial services in or from Luxembourg.
Royal Investment Consortium (the scam entity)
www.royalinvestmentconsortium (the website)
email@example.com (the email address)
Issued: 31 May 2023
Banking Business (Jersey) Law 1991 (BB(J)L)
This statement is to warn members of the public against dealing with unauthorised fi nancial serviceproviders. The scam entity has not received authorisation to conduct deposit-taking business in Jerseywithin the meaning of the BB(J)L.
From documentation held by the JFSC, the scam entity is falsely purporting to have a business presence inJersey. It is also carrying on, or holding out as carrying on, deposit-taking business in Jersey when it is notauthorised to do so by the JFSC.
The JFSC confi rms the following:
1. The scam entity has never been registered, nor applied for registration, under the BB(J)L. Therefore,any deposit-taking business, as defi ned in Article 3 of the BB(J)L and carried out by the scam entity, isin breach of Article 8 of the BB(J)L.
2. From documentation held by the JFSC, the scam entity, website, and email address display warningsigns of being set up for fraudulent purposes.
Anyone who has had dealings with the scam entity is asked to contact the JFSC’s Enforcement team.
All regulated businesses in Jersey are listed on our website.
For further enquiries, please contact the JFSC’s Enforcement team.
Public Statement 4 of 2023 -Royal Investment Consortium orRoyal Trading Consortium
Royal Investment Consortium
Royal Trading Consortium
Tortola, British Virgin Islands – 19 May 2023
TheBritish Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (“theFSC”) considers it necessary to issue this Public Statement in order to protectthe customers, creditors or persons who may have been solicitedto conduct business by Royal Investment Consortium and/or Royal TradingConsortium,and to make the general public aware that the entities have never been licensed orregulated by the FSC to carry on any type of financial services business.
The details are:
Royal Investment Consortium and/or Royal Trading Consortium (“the Entities”), through the website address royalinvestmentconsortium.com, are soliciting
personsto invest funds in PrivateBanking, Offshore Banking, WealthManagement andother regulated financial services business and are falselypurportingto provide companyformation services in multiple countriesandjurisdictions including the Territory of theVirgin Islands
. Only personslicensedandregulated by theFSC can provide company formation servicesand carryon investment business in or from within the Territory.TheEntitieshave alsobeen circulatingan “Investment Agreement” solicitingpersons to invest inashort-term Investment Program, whichpromises a guaranteedreturn of40%profit on a 6-week investment. Thepublic is strongly advised to avoidengagingin anyfinancial services transactionswith the Entities. TheInvestment Program, promisinga return far in excess of market rates, is ascam.
The public is warned that allsuch investment activities are regulated,andpersonswishing to carry on such business in or from within theTerritory arerequired to be approved andlicensed bytheFSC.
The FSC hereby informs thepublic that RoyalInvestmentConsortiumandRoyal TradingConsortium are not, and have neverbeen,licensed or regulated to carry on investment business, or any othertype offinancial services business, in orfrom within theTerritory.
Members of thepublic are advised to exercise extreme caution if solicitedatanytime to conduct business with RoyalInvestment Consortium and/orRoyalTradingConsortium. Thepublic is invited to provide the FSC with any relevantinformation on anyquestionable entities whichare purportedly operatingin orfrom within the Territory andonany improper activities engagedinbysuchentities.
The FSC has issued this Public Statement pursuant to Section 37A oftheFinancial Services Commission Act, 2001.
Date: 5 June 2023
W A R N I N G
regarding the company Royal Investment Consortium
The Securities Market Agency issued a warning regarding the activities of the company Royal
Investment Consortium (hereinafter RIC). RIC states on its website, among other things, that
it offers “financial products and services to private and institutional investors” in many
countries, including all EU member states. The Agency is also aware of the warnings of other
regulators regarding the mentioned company, including two EU regulators, namely (1) Malta
Financial Services Authority dated March 27, 2023, which can be seen at the following link
and (2) Luxembourg regulator Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier dated 26
April, 2023 at the following link https://www.cssf.lu/en/2023/04/warning-regarding-theactivities-
Warnings were issued also by third countries regulators, including Monaco regulator, the
Commission de Contrôle des Activités Financières, on 5 April, 2023 on the following link
https://ccaf.mc/en/warning-concerning-royal-consortium-investment/ , and by Financial
Services Commission Mauritius on 11 April, 2023 at the following link
RIC does not have the Agency’s license to provide investment services and activities related
to financial instruments in the Republic of Slovenia. Also, by the date of publication of this
warning, the Agency had not received a request for the issuance of a license for the
establishment of a branch or a notification regarding this entity, on the basis of which the
company could perform investment services and activities related to financial instruments on
the territory of the Republic of Slovenia, directly or through a branch in accordance with the
Financial Instruments Market Act (Official Gazette RS, no. 77/18, 17/19 – amended 66/19 in
The list of companies that meet the conditions for providing services related to securities on
the territory of the Republic of Slovenia is available on the Agency’s website https://www.atvp.
The Agency warns investors to be careful when concluding transactions with the RIC, and in
the case of an offer from them, to take into account the contents of this warning.
CNMV ISSUES WARNING TO THE PUBLIC ON
Pursuant to the second paragraph of Article 18 of the Securities Markets and Investment Services Act (Law 6/2023, of 17 March) the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (National Securities Market Commission) warns that:
is not authorised to provide the investment services and activities subject to the activity restriction in accordance with the provisions of Article 129 of the Spanish Securities Markets and Investment Services Act, in relation to the financial instruments detailed in Article 2 of said Act, including, for those purposes, foreign currency transactions
For any enquiries, please contact the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores enquiry line on 900 535 015 or visit CNMV’s website (www.cnmv.es).
12 June 2023
19 June 2023
The public is hereby cautioned against an entity by the name of “ROYAL INVESTMENT CONSORTIUM”, purporting to be a company providing clients with private and confidential service in the field of business like International Private Banking, Offshore Banking, International Wealth Management and Formation of Offshore companies and Opening of private and corporate bank accounts in various jurisdictions including Mauritius.
Members of the public are hereby advised that the said “ROYAL INVESTMENT CONSORTIUM” is neither licensed nor regulated by the Bank of Mauritius to operate as a bank in Mauritius. The Bank of Mauritius therefore warns members of the public to be careful when concluding transactions or exchanging correspondences (in electronic form or otherwise) with “ROYAL INVESTMENT CONSORTIUM”.
A list of financial institutions duly licensed or authorised by the Bank of Mauritius is available on our website at https://www.bom.mu/financial-stability/supervision/licensees/list-of-licensees.
Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise caution against such scams as they run the risk of being scammed or becoming party to illicit transactions. The Bank recommends members of the public to take the following steps to ward off any potential risk of being scammed:
• Do not give out personal and banking information such as bank account details, debit/credit card numbers, personal identification numbers, user names, passwords etc. upon receipt of unsolicited phone calls, instant messages or emails from unknown/untrusted persons requesting for information;
• Do not share sensitive personal information on social networks;
• Do not be misled by an e-mail that looks legitimate or appears to link to a genuine website. The legitimacy of the e-mail must be checked;
• Take note that banks and financial institutions in general do not ask for personal information through e-mails. Banks and other financial institutions use their own domain name to send e-mails and do not use generic email addresses (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org);
• Do not respond to e-mails, text messages or missed calls from unknown sources or from e-mail addresses/numbers that cannot be identified;
• Do not click on or share any link from unsolicited e-mails or instant messages.
Members of the public are further reminded that, except as otherwise provided for in the Banking Act 2004, no person, other than a bank, shall use the word “bank” or any of its derivatives in any language in the description or title under which that person is carrying on business in Mauritius, or make any such representation in any billhead, letter, paper, notice, advertisement or in any other manner whatsoever.
Urteil des Gerichts
CASE NO.: C10-05601-EMC CASE NO.: C10-05602-EMC CASE NO.: C11-04685-EMC
STEVEN L. PANKEN, Plaintiff, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Defendants. JUDITH KINDER SMITH, Plaintiff, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Defendants. RANDOLPH M. PITTS Plaintiff, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Defendants.
PATRICK MCCARTHY, State Bar No. 108079 LAW OFFICES OF PATRICK McCARTHY MICHAEL W. BEASLEY, State Bar No. 30872 Attorneys for Plaintiffs STEVEN L. PANKEN JUDITH KINDER SMITH RANDOLPH M. PITTS
EDWARD M. CHEN
PATRICK MCCARTHY, State Bar No. 108079
LAW OFFICES OF PATRICK McCARTHY
MICHAEL W. BEASLEY, State Bar No. 30872
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
STEVEN L. PANKEN
JUDITH KINDER SMITH
RANDOLPH M. PITTS
Honorable Edward M. Chen
FINAL ORDER GRANTING DEFAULT
JUDGMENT AGAINST DEFENDANT
JANKO ROTTMANN ON BEHALF OF
PLAINTIFF STEVEN L. PANKEN
THIS CAUSE is before the Court on Plaintiff Steven L. Panken’s Motion for Entry of Judgment by Default against Defendants Dr. Janko Rottmann, Alpha International Security Services, Ltd., and MCR Acquisitions GmbH, filed on December 10, 2010. The Court has carefully considered the Motion, the entire file of this case, including the Declaration of Steven L. Panken in Support of Motion for Entry of Judgment by Default and accompanying documents, the returns of service executed for the Defendants Dr. Janko Rottmann, Alpha International Security Services, Ltd., and MCR Acquisitions GmbH, the entry of Default against the Defendants, the failure of the Defendants to respond to the Motion for Default Judgment or enter an appearance in the case, Defendants’ failure to respond to any Orders or Directives of the Court in this matter, and the fact that Defendants apparently are fully advised in the premises.
Accordingly, for good cause shown, and for the reasons stated on the record at the April 20, 2012 hearing, it is hereby:
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED as follows:
1. Plaintiff Steven L. Panken’s Motion for Entry of Judgment by Default against Defendant Dr. Janko Rottmann is hereby GRANTED;
2. Judgment is hereby entered in favor of Plaintiff Steven L. Panken and against Defendant Dr. Janko Rottmann;
3. Plaintiff Steven L. Panken shall recover from Defendant Dr. Janko Rottmann the amount of $200,000.00;
4. This Judgment shall bear interest at the rate as prescribed by 28 U.S.C. Section 1961 (0.31%), and shall be enforceable as prescribed by 28 U.S.C. Sections 2001, et seq., 28 U.S.C. Sections 3001-3307, and Rule 69(a), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure;
5. The Clerk shall close this case;
6. All other pending matters are hereby determined to be moot.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
EDWARD M. CHEN
GEHÄUSENR.: C10-05601-EMV GEHÄUSENR.: C10-05602-EMV GEHÄUSENR.: C11-04685-EMC
STEVEN L. PANKEN, Kläger, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Angeklagte. JUDITH KINDER SMITH, Klägerin, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Angeklagte. RANDOLPH M. PITTS Kläger, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Angeklagte.
PATRICK MCCARTHY, Anwaltskammer Nr. 108079 LAW OFFICES OF PATRICK McCARTHY MICHAEL W. BEASLEY, Anwaltskammer Nr. 30872 Anwälte der Kläger STEVEN L. PANKEN JUDITH KINDER SMITH RANDOLPH M. PITTS
EDWARD M. CHEN
PATRICK MCCARTHY, Anwaltskammer Nr. 108079
ANWALTSBÜROS VON PATRICK McCARTHY
MICHAEL W. BEASLEY, Anwaltskammer Nr. 30872
Anwälte für Kläger
STEVEN L. PANKEN
Judith Kinder Smith
RANDOLPH M. PITTS
Der ehrenwerte Edward M. Chen
DEFAULT FÜR DIE GEWÄHRUNG DER ENDGÜLTIGEN BESTELLUNG
URTEIL GEGEN DEN ANGEKLAGTEN
JANKO ROTTMANN IM NAMEN VON
KLAEGER STEVEN L. PANKEN
DIESE URSACHE liegt dem Gericht auf Antrag des Klägers Steven L. Panken auf Erlass eines Versäumnisurteils gegen die Beklagten Dr. Janko Rottmann, Alpha International Security Services, Ltd. und MCR Acquisitions GmbH vor, eingereicht am 10. Dezember 2010. Das Gericht hat dies sorgfältig geprüft betrachtete den Antrag, die gesamte Akte dieses Falles, einschließlich der Erklärung von Steven L. Panken zur Unterstützung des Antrags auf Eintragung eines Versäumnisurteils und Begleitdokumente, die für die Angeklagten Dr. Janko Rottmann, Alpha International Security Services, geleistete Dienstrückerstattung , Ltd., und MCR Acquisitions GmbH, der Eintritt des Versäumnisses gegen die Beklagten, das Versäumnis der Beklagten, auf das Urteil des Versäumnisantrags zu reagieren oder in den Fall einzutreten, das Versäumnis der Beklagten, auf Anordnungen oder Anweisungen der Gericht in dieser Sache,und die Tatsache, dass die Angeklagten in den Räumlichkeiten offenbar umfassend beraten werden.
Aus wichtigem Grund und aus den Gründen, die bei der Anhörung vom 20. April 2012 protokolliert wurden, gilt hiermit:
BESTELLT UND BEURTEILT wie folgt:
1. Dem Antrag des Klägers Steven L. Panken auf Eintragung eines Versäumnisurteils gegen den Angeklagten Dr. Janko Rottmann wird hiermit GEWÄHRT;
2. Hiermit wird zugunsten des Klägers Steven L. Panken und gegen den Beklagten Dr. Janko Rottmann entschieden;
3. Der Kläger Steven L. Panken wird von dem Beklagten Dr. Janko Rottmann den Betrag von 200.000,00 $ zurückfordern;
5. Der Sachbearbeiter schließt diesen Fall ab;
6. Alle anderen anhängigen Angelegenheiten werden hiermit für erledigt erklärt.
ES IST SO GEORDNET.
EDWARD M. CHEN
Vollständiger Titel: STEVEN L. PANKEN, Kläger, v. DR. JANKO ROTTMANN, et al., Angeklagte …
Gericht: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Veröffentlichungsdatum:23. April 2012
FALL-NR.: C10-05601-EMC (ND Cal. 23. April 2012)
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