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Benjamin Wey ®, Chief Executive Officer

BENJAMIN WEY, WALL STREET CEO, MULTILINGUAL AMERICAN FINANCIERfacebooklinkedintwitterJOURNALIST, AMERICAN FINANCIER, CHINA EXPERT

BENJAMIN WEY @WEYBENJAMIN
“Journalist BENJAMIN WEY never bends his principles while defeating trumped-up fictions and racists duped by NASDAQ’s lies (here) and FINRA’s fabricated ‘evidence’ (here) – who planted lying witnesses (here) and here, and here to fix racist fantasy by Steve Susswein, a fraudster, who is also a racist bigot, an imbecile implicated in short seller stock frauds (here) and bribery (here), exposed here, and hereNASDAQ is a $10 billion lottery (here) run by Wall Street fat cats, not cry babies in diapers. Asian companies choose from 60 stock exchanges worldwide (NASDAQ is just one of them) to go public. Many have joyfully ditched the rigged NASDAQ (here)NASDAQ listing is a dying commodity, has no scarcity value justifying the idiotic claim of “deception for listing.” Quite the contrary, we advised Asian companies to dump the NASDAQ in two of the largest ‘going private (here)‘ deals in the recent U.S. history (here) – huge investment gains. Investors don’t give a damn where a stock is listed or if it is a reverse merger – often misunderstood, according to Stanford University, or a risky IPO. Ironically, the NYSE, NASDAQ, Pfizer, Berkshire Hathaway, Burger King and 800 other public companies are all reverse mergers… Do facts matter?
Further, extensive evidence shows that NASDAQ staff has feverishly pitched me and our co-branded Asian investment clubs for years to introduce Asian companies. After the NASDAQ was sued for racism in 2011 (here), William Slattery and other NASDAQ racists retaliated, lied to law enforcement when the SEC concluded NASDAQ had rigged (here) its listing program orchestrated by the notorious Ed Knight, NASDAQ General Counsel – a “super fat” lobbyist worth $100 million, who also controlled FINRA. NASDAQ’s manipulation (here) was strongly rebuked and reversed in a landmark ruling (here) in July 2013 by the heroic SEC Chair Mary Jo White, reported by Forbes. In 2015 alone, 26 Asian companies dumped the NASDAQ (Wall Street Journal). We proudly supported those efforts… With the criminal Bernie Madoff as the former NASDAQ ChairmanNASDAQ is a rigged market, a graveyard for investors and a threat to America’s national security.” 
BENJAMIN WEY – AMERICAN FINANCIER, INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER, VISITING PROFESSOR: Columbia University graduate, holds two master’s degrees. Benjamin Wey is a multilingual global financier, an investigative journalist and an accomplished China expert with 20 years’ experience and in-depth understanding of various cultures. Benjamin Wey has participated in more than 400 projects worldwide and helped create tens of thousands of jobs. Benjamin Wey supports America’s job growth by introducing international capital. ON TV: Benjamin Wey on CCTV America discussing US – China investments. Benjamin Wey ® is a registered trademark. ON TV: Benjamin Wey on FOX Business News during the global financial crisis. Mr. Wey also teaches finance and international business as a Visiting Professor at several top universities.
BENJAMIN WEY – CIVIL RIGHTS ADVOCATE: An investigative reporter, Benjamin Wey is a fierce defender of free speech, a civil rights advocate, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. ON TVWatch a video of Professor Benjamin Wey lecturing at MIT exposing illegal stock short sellers. Benjamin Wey was featured in the Forbes Magazine after the SEC had caught NASDAQ General Counsel Ed Knight fabricating evidence: “[T]he record does not show that the specific grounds on which Nasdaq based its delisting decision exist in fact,” said the Securities and Exchange Commission in a landmark ruling (here) against the NASDAQ – the first time in NASDAQ’s 44 year history. SEC concluded that NASDAQ had lied and is an institutional racist.
BENJAMIN WEY – WINNER AGAINST EXTORTION: The Truth: We never paid a penny towards the extortion and we won the frivolous lawsuit… As an employer, would you fire an intern that used illegal drugs at work? We did. We proudly won a fight as patriotic Americans: In 2015, we were extorted with US$850 million by a former six-month intern who had been terminated for cocaine use. We fought against false tabloid media and exposed the admitted cocaine user HANNA BOUVENG – a failed extortionist who made up false stories, affiliated with drug criminals, changed sworn testimony 6 times in a federal court – acting in collusion with a twice convicted cocaine and gun criminal, who were sponsored by the notorious Morelli Law Firm ambulance chasers – “lawyers” that never graduated law school – as exposed in this investigative article about the bank fraudster Benedict Morelli, fraud midget David Ratner, the shady Morelli Law Firm that survive on extortionfabricating court evidence, lying to judges. In October 2015, the fraudulent Morelli Ratner law firm was bankrupt, disbarred in Florida for embezzling millions in client trust funds. WE WON.
BENJAMIN WEY – WINNER FOR JUSTICE: In early 2011, our corporate name was fraudulently used by illegal stock short seller Jon Carnes and tabloid writer Roddy Boyd. We alerted the FBI and the SEC. See our press release on June 16, 2011. In May 2012, the Securities and Exchange Commission agreed with us by exonerating our name on the SEC’s website. Read more: Legal Research: Fraud Short Sellers Trigger Regulators’ Misunderstanding of Reverse Mergers, Racial BiasStanford University: Chinese Reverse Merger Companies Outperform U.S. Counterparts.  
BENJAMIN WEY – A LEADING AMERICAN EXPERT ON CHINA: Benjamin Wey advises governments, Fortune Global 500 companies and others on funding, market entry and crisis management issues – with a long history of client success. ON TV: Interview of Benjamin Wey by the Wall Street Journal and Benjamin Wey’s correct prediction of a $4.7 billion acquisition. Read more: A China Expert’s Views – How to Invest in U.S. Listed Chinese Companies
BENJAMIN WEY DELIVERS CLIENT RESULTS: Since 2010, Chinese companies have abandoned the NASDAQ in droves due to its racism towards the Asians. In 2011, financier Benjamin Wey assisted in the $800 million “going private” acquisition of Harbin Electric, Inc, a reverse merger company that produced a gain of 1,200% for investors after leaving the NASDAQ. Benjamin Wey assisted in the $500 million acquisition of Fushi Copperweld, a reverse merge company that dumped the NASDAQ and rebutted wrongful accusations of NYGG portfolio companies by the racist tabloid writers Leslie Norton, Bill Alpert of Barron’s who colluded with illegal stock short seller Roddy Boyd and were bribed by Jon Carnes, an illegal stock short seller market manipulator using a fake name “Alfred Little”. For years, such illegal stock short sellers duped the racist SEC staffer Steven A. Susswein, the obscure Cheryl Crumpton and rookie federal agents. In May 2013, an NYGG portfolio company Focus Media Holdings was acquired for $3.8 billion, left the NASDAQ and relisted in China for $8 billion (Wall Street Journal). Another NYGG portfolio company China Fire & Security was acquired for $265 million and dumped the NASDAQ. In 2015, our Asia based investment club members that have invested in many of our portfolio companies had in excess of $1 billion in aggregated investment capital… In 2015 alone, 26 Chinese companies abandoned the racist NASDAQ listing, reported by the Wall Street Journal. These and many other examples have proven that a NASDAQ listing is a cheap commodity, has no intrinsic value for Asian companies. Read more: U.S. Listed China Based Companies Hurry Homeward for Domestic Markets – Wall Street Journal. And Deloitte & Touch China Report: Barter in USD or Cash Trapped.
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
Benjamin Wey holds two master’s degrees and is a graduate of Columbia University. Each year, Benjamin Wey publishes many articles on global finance, China, investigative reports, leadership and strategies.
BENJAMIN WEY’S LIFE PRINCIPLES:
1) “Important principles may, and must, be inflexible.” – Abraham Lincoln
2) “Facts are stubborn things.” – John Adams
3) “No publicity is bad publicity.” – Donald Trump, Presidential Candidate
4) “YOLO” – You Only Live Once. Benjamin Wey never gives in.
MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES:
  • Member – Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York
  • Executive Director, Foreign Investment Committee, Investment Association of China (IAC) – a large investment membership group affiliated with China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), a Chinese government agency
  • Director, China Mergers & Acquisitions Association
  • Research project adviser – NYGG research project with China’s central bank (2005)
  • Senior adviser to several Chinese municipal governments and agencies
BENJAMIN WEY – EDUCATOR, PHILANTHROPIST:
Benjamin Wey was awarded the “golden key” in China for his leadership in building schools for orphans and underprivileged farm kids in rural areas. Benjamin Wey has also led educational programs each year in Asia and the United States, including supporting Columbia University and Yale University.
NEWS AND INDUSTRY VIEWS:
NEW YORK GLOBAL GROUP WARNS AGAINST CORPORATE IDENTITY THEFT
DELOITTE & TOUCHE China Research: Cash Repatriation from China – Barter in USD or Cash Trapped

Legal Research:
Fraud Short Sellers Trigger Regulators’ Misunderstanding of Reverse Mergers
Stanford University Research: Chinese Reverse Merger Companies Outperform U.S. Counterparts
MAY 2013: Focus Media Holdings Successfully Exited the NASDAQ Stock Market In a Record $3.8 Billion Acquisition 
JUNE 2015: Focus Media to List in China Through Reverse Merger at $8 Billion Valuation – Wall Street Journal

Facts and Research: How Illegal Short Selling Harms America’s National Security
Forbes Magazine: SEC reverses NASDAQ’s wrongful delisting of Chinese company CleanTech Innovations
U.S. Listed China Based Companies Hurry Homeward for Domestic Markets, Wall Street Journal    
TV Interview: China Central Television – Benjamin Wey on the TUDO NASDAQ IPO
TV Interview: Wall Street Journal – Benjamin Wey discusses U.S. China relations
The Hill’s Congress Blog: Why U.S. companies should get involved in Chinese markets

China Expert Benjamin Wey – A Featured Speaker at MIT
Benjamin Wey, A China Expert’s Views on How to Invest in U.S. Listed China Based Companies
Washington Post / Video: A Legal Expert’s Views on Investing In U.S. Listed Chinese Companies
Currency Vs. Productivity -Banking and Finance

New York Global Group CEO and China Expert Benjamin Wey Present at the Carnegie Mellon University US – China Summit

Benjamin Wey, My Advice on Finding the Dream Jobs in 2015

Benjamin Wey, Still Need a Resolution? Get Some Urgency in 2015
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