Daniel J.  Stermer, Corporate Monitor

 

NATIONAL SENIOR INSURANCE, INC. D/B/A SEEMAN HOLTZ MONITORSHIP

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA | CIVIL DIVISION

 

CASE NO.: 50-2021-CA-008718-XXXX-MB/HON. ASHLEY C. ZUCKERMAN

List of Consenting Defendants

NATIONAL SENIOR INSURANCE, INC. D/B/A SEEMAN HOLTZ,
MARSHAL SEEMAN,
CENTURION INSURANCE SERVICES GROUP, LLC,
BRIAN J. SCHWARTZ,
EMERALD ASSETS 2018, LLC,
INTEGRITY ASSETS 2016, LLC,
INTERGRITY ASSETS, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2014-5, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2015-3, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2015-5, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2016-3, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2016-5, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2018-3, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2018-5, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2019-3, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2019-5, LLC
PARA LONGEVITY 2019-3, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY 2019-5, LLC
PARA LONGEVITY 2019-6, LLC,
PARA LONGEVITY VI, LLC,
SH GLOBAL, LLC N/K/A PARA LONGEVITY V, LLC,
ALTRAI GLOBAL, LLC A/K/A ALTRAI HOLDINGS, LLC,
VALENTINO GLOBAL HOLDINGS, LLC,
AMERITONIAN ENTERPRISES, LLC,
SEEMAN-HOLTZ CONSULTING CORP.,
CENTURION ISG Holdings, LLC,
CENTURION ISG Holdings II, LLC,
CENTURION ISG (Europe) Limited,
CENTURION ISG SERVICES, LLC,
CENTURION ISG FINANCE GROUP LLC,
CENTURION FUNDING SPV I LLC,
CENTURION FUNDING SPV II LLC

Overview

This site is published and maintained by the court-appointed Corporate Monitor, Daniel J. Stermer in the above mentioned civil case. It will serve to inform investors and the general public as information becomes available.

 

In short, the Plaintiff (STATE OF FLORIDA, OFFICE OF FINANCIAL REGULATION) has requested a corporate monitor to, among other things, confirm what assets the Consenting Corporate Defendants previously had and currently have; confirm what the Consenting Corporate Defendants’ investors are currently owed; take and maintain care, possession and control over whatever rights, title, or interest the Consenting Corporate Defendants have in said assets to ensure the Consenting Corporate Defendants’ investors are repaid; marshal, safeguard, and liquidate assets; ensure that preferential payments to investors do not occur at the expense of other investors; ensure that the Consenting Corporate Defendants’ investors are repaid in a fair and equitable manner; and evaluate and file ancillary actions to recover monies or assets for the benefit of the Corporate Defendants’ investors.


Please direct questions to the Corporate Monitor or counsel for the Monitor: Brian Rich, or Gavin Gaukroger of Berger Singerman LLP by e-mailing:  

monitor@nationalseniormonitorship.com

Initial Orders

The State of Florida, Office of Financial Regulation filed a complaint on July 12, 2021 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT for violations related to securities fraud, COMPLAINT FOR TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT INJUNCTION, APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVER, RESTITUTION, CIVIL PENALTIES, AND OTHER STATUTORY AND EQUITABLE RELIEF.   

The Court found that the Consenting Defendants have waived service of the Complaint, acknowledged receipt of the Complaint, have entered a general appearance, and have admitted the Court’s jurisdiction. In doing so, until further Order of the Court, Daniel J. Stermer has been approved and appointed to serve as the Corporate Monitor for the Consenting Corporate Defendants and their affiliates, subsidiaries, successors, and assigns. The Corporate Monitor may apply to the Court for an Order expanding the scope of the monitorship over other entities, assets or accounts.