Compliance/Fraud

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Misconceptions May Hurt Advisors, Investors, Spectrem Says

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While investors are unsure if they have a fiduciary relationship with their advisors, advisors aren't connecting with investors.

California Man Pays Gambling Debts With Investors' Money

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Gregory Ruehle sold more stocks than he owned, the SEC says.

N.C. Fraud Targeted Dominican Republic Investors

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Frank E. Lleras defrauded investors of $2.9 million in a real estate scheme, the SEC says.

New ETF Rule Proposals May Chase Investors Into ETNs

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The SEC's new proposals could be the best thing that ever happened to rival exchange-traded notes.

Obama Pushes For More SEC Advisor Examiners

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In his budget proposal, the president warned Congress investors face increased risks without more examiners.

SEC Economist Not Worried About Run On Money Funds

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If a run were to happen, banks would absorb the outflow, he said.

Analysis: Here's How Obama's Budget May Impact Advisors

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The spending plan includes proposals to expand access to retirement savings accounts.

Lending Company And Brokerage Firm Defrauded Investors, SEC Says

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They kept information from investors about deteriorating loan values and other issues, the SEC says.

Jane Jarcho Promoted At SEC

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New deputy director of SEC Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations is named.

Hacked Press Release Case Yields Settlement

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One of 34 defendants who used non-public information from hacked press releases to trade stocks has settled with the SEC.

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