GAO report released on asensio.com’s AMEX work

The U.S. General Accounting Office released a report titled “Improvements Needed in the Amex Listing Program” on November 27th.  The GAO’s investigation and the resulting report were ordered by Congressman John Dingell, based in part on the input of asensio.com, related to cases of stock fraud and apparent listings oversight failures by the American Stock Exchange.

Click here to read the GAO report on the AMEX.

Click here to read Congressman Dingell’s letters ordering an investigation and citing asensio.com’s work.

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Manuel Asensio doesn’t bet often. But when he does, it’s wise to pay attention.

Paul Kaihla
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About Our Founder
Learn more about asensio.com's founder, Manuel P. Asensio, and the website's origins. Click here to be directed to Mr. Asensio’s professional biography.
Media Record
Click here to see selected articles that discuss asensio.com's work and its unique legacy. asensio.com also strives to maintain a complete record of articles dealing with the companies that are the subject of asensio.com research.
Investment Record
Click here to view a list of the companies that have been subjects of asensio.com reporting and click here to see the complete investment record.
Asensio and FINRA
Asensio & Company, Inc. and Manuel P. Asensio are the only dedicated short sellers ever to have been members of FINRA. This unique-minority membership created complications in the regulatory relationship. Being the first activist short investors and among the first FINRA member firms with a website added to the complexity. A statement by Mr. Asensio is available here. Information necessary to obtain a meaningful understanding of the dispute is available in complete form HERE.