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Outside auditors were faulted for inadequate testing of potential broker-dealer fraud in three of the five 2014 b-d examinations reviewed by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Chairs of two Senate committees say new legislation is possible to combat senior financial abuse.
The SEC and U.S. Treasury Department charge Oppenheimer with failure to supervise the sales of billions of shares of penny stocks.
Independent broker-dealer leaders suddenly find themselves playing defense on a key issue: the DOL’s pending fiduciary rule that would impact financial advisors who handle retirement plans and IRAs.
A Waco, Texas, advisor and attorney is charged with fraud for using estate money for himself.
Business groups have asked the Supreme Court to rule that company retirement plans can continue investing in retail mutual funds.
Richard P. Rojeck assumes the role of chair of the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards' board of directors.
The top U.S. financial risk watchdog pledged to revise the procedures used to designate firms as super-risky after a flood of criticism from insurers and asset managers.
The SEC has charged a Florida financial firm and its manager with stealing $17 million.
A New York financial consultant and an NFL agent are charged with soliciting fraudulant investments in Burger King.
There are two complex subjects in a divorce where a financial advisor can be immensely helpful: structuring divorce settlements in a tax-advantaged manner and the division of retirement benefits.
Most investors do not understand how to find a private placement opportunity that would meet their risk profile.
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