Andrew Greene was the Head of Stratton Oakmont's Corporate Finance Department and a childhood friend of Jordan Belfort. The two first met in grade school, but lost touch after Greene exiled himself to avoid embarrassment for losing his hair at a young age. Years later and after going completely bald, Greene earned a law degree and joined Belfort at Stratton Oakmont. He earned the name “Wigman” at Stratton Oakmont because of his terrible toupee.
During his time at the FBI, Special Agent Gregory Coleman headed the money laundering case that led to Jordan Belfort's arrest. He joined The Bureau in 1989 and went on to co-founded a squad specializing in securities fraud and money laundering. Although Coleman was considered by many to be a “straight shooter” he threatened those close to Belfort with legal action if they refused to provide evidence...
Biltmore Securities was a brokerage firm owned by Jordan Belfort’s friend Elliot Loewenstern. In return for startup capital, the firm was required to pay Jordan millions of dollars in ‘loyalty fees’ and help Belfort manipulate stock prices.