Jordan Maglich is Assistant General Counsel for Litigation at Raymond James Financial. Prior to taking this position in Spring 2022, Jordan was an attorney in private practice at several law firms, including most recently Quarles & Brady and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, where his practice focused on commercial litigation, securities and financial services, and regulatory matters. Jordan has the unique experience of representing Court-appointed receivers in regulatory enforcement actions involving investment fraud brought by federal and state regulators, including the SEC, the FTC, the Florida Office of Financial Regulation, and the Florida Office of the Attorney General. Through these efforts, Jordan and his colleagues collectively recovered tens of millions of dollars for the benefit of defrauded investors.
Jordan is also the founder of PonziTracker.com, a blog and database focused on—you guessed it—tracking Ponzi scheme enforcement actions, case developments, and outcomes for fraudsters and investors alike. Jordan is frequently quoted on issues relating to white ocllar crime and Ponzi schemes in the WSJ, the NYT, MarketWatch, and the Street. Jordan is the President of the Federal Bar Association’s Tampa Bay Chapter.
Jordan is also a co-presenter with our own Chris Ekimoff at next week’s Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 2022 Global Fraud Conference on Ponzi Scheme Outcomes and Legal Theories.