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The Consumer Federation of America is seeking advisor horror stories from retail investors to fight industry objections to having the Department of Labor developing a fiduciary rule.
An Ohio man who operated a hedge fund is sentenced for bilking investors out of nearly $1.8 million.
Finra says Citigroup failed to supervise research analysts' communication with clients and sales staff.
They say the SEC has been unable or unwilling in the past 25 years to develop a policy for the delivery of personalized investment advice for retail investors.
A former broker that regulators said took part in a multi-million dollar fraud against professional athletes must pay $2 million to a former NBA player, an arbitration panel ruled.
A $20 million Ponzi scheme netted a New Jersey broker enough money for a $400,000 donation to a private university, as well as luxury apartments and cars.
They called “regulatory capture” a problem that afflicts all federal agencies overseeing business.
Financial advisors could face enforcement actions for not deleting misleading social media posts, said an SEC official.
A Maryland investment advisor admits stealing from an elderly client.
The cost of liquidating his defunct investment advisory firm to repay thousands of victims has topped $1 billion, though the con man’s former customers aren’t footing the bill.
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