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Buxton Helmsley Issues Letter to EchoStar Directors Regarding Failure to Address Investors Amid Apparent Accounting and Securities Fraud, Apparent Fraudulent Conveyances, and Apparent Breaches of Fiduciary Duty in Connection with DISH Merger
[February 05, 2024]

Buxton Helmsley Issues Letter to EchoStar Directors Regarding Failure to Address Investors Amid Apparent Accounting and Securities Fraud, Apparent Fraudulent Conveyances, and Apparent Breaches of Fiduciary Duty in Connection with DISH Merger


The Buxton Helmsley Group, Inc. (together with certain of its affiliates, "BHG" or "we"), the New York City-based investment fund manager with financial interests in EchoStar Corporation ("EchoStar" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: SATS), today issued an open letter (the "Letter") to the Company's Board of Directors, given their complete failure to address (not even having denied) the serious matters raised in BHG's January 22, 2024, open letter, which discussed apparent material misstatements of financials (apparent, undisclosed asset value depreciation expenses, in apparent violation of GAAP ASC 350/360 and Regulation S-X), and apparent fraudulent conveyances occurring after the Company was privately notified by BHG (on December 27, 2023) as to findings of evidenced net asset insolvency at DISH Network Corporation.

Despite material declines in the trading values of the Company's issued securities after BHG's January 22, 2024, open letter, the Company and its Board of Directors have remained silent, with no public comment, and have provided no indication of an internal investigation being conducted, even after such extensively detailed, evidence-supported allegations of an apparent multibillion-dollar accounting and securities fraud scheme occurring at the Company, for which - as noted - the Company has not denied.

The Letter issued by BHG to the Company today, in addition to the instances of private correspondence leading up to this Letter, may be found at: https://www.buxtonhelmsley.com/sats/

About Buxton Helmsley: The Buxton Helmsley Group, Inc. is a New York City-based investment advisory firm and fund manager, engaging both active and passive investment strategies across a range of asset classes, with a general focus on opportunities in North America and Europe. The investment approach is based on deep fundamental analysis and risk management, with a focus on ensuring disclosure obligations being upheld under applicable accounting standards and securities laws.

Disclosure and Disclaimer:

Disclosure and Disclaimer: This letter (the "Letter") has been publicly released by The Buxton Helmsley Group, Inc. ("BHG"). BHG is a registered investment advisor in the United States (particularly, registered with the State of New York).

This Letter is for informational purposes only and is not an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any investment product. BHG s also not proposing any particular investment proposal, nor a particular investment decision, nor recommending or suggesting an investment strategy, explicitly or implicitly, concerning EchoStar Corporation or DISH Network Corporation (each, an "Issuer", and together, the "Issuers"), and therefore the Letter is not information recommending or suggesting an investment strategy or investment recommendation.



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