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Class Actions

State regulators reveal top enforcement targets and the price they pay
Agencies brought more cases against registered advisers than unregistered entities, and certain products featured in many of them By Mark
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Charlestown, Indiana man pleads guilty in securities fraud case
Richard Collins ordered to pay $250,000, sentenced to prison By Elizabeth Depompei of newsandtribune.com A Charlestown man was ordered to
Read more.
Indiana awards whistleblower $95K with more whistleblowers likely in financial advice sector
Earlier this month, Indiana announced its first whistleblower award, giving $95,000 to a former JP Morgan official who helped the
Read more.
SEC Wants Firms To Watch Reps With Troubled Pasts
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday that it is launching exams to test
Read more.
2 Firms To Pay SEC Fines Over Wrap Fee Compliance Failures
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com James & Associates and Robert W. Baird & Co. agreed Thursday to pay a fine
Read more.
Day Traders Think They Can Win in Online Ponzi Schemes
Software makers and speculators help to keep $47 million a year flowing through a world of fraudulent investment schemes. By
Read more.
SEC Says Advisers Must Report Clients’ Derivatives Risk
By Jody Godoy of Law360.com Law360, New York (August 25, 2016, 5:11 PM ET) — The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Read more.
Adviser Who Targeted Elderly In Ponzi Scheme Gets 5 Years
By Diana Novak Jones of Law360.com A financial adviser convicted of running an 8-year, $4.2 million Ponzi scheme was sentenced
Read more.
ADM Accused in Trial of Directing Grain Sales Ponzi Scheme
By Bloomberg News A Missouri grain dealer who stole tens of millions of dollars from farmers may turn out to
Read more.
Texas Oil Co. Owner Arrested For Running Ponzi Scheme
By Daniel Siegal of Law360.com The Texas-based proprietor of an oil and gas exploration company has been arrested by federal
Read more.

Securities Fraud

State regulators reveal top enforcement targets and the price they pay
Agencies brought more cases against registered advisers than unregistered entities, and certain products featured in many of them By Mark
Read more.
Charlestown, Indiana man pleads guilty in securities fraud case
Richard Collins ordered to pay $250,000, sentenced to prison By Elizabeth Depompei of newsandtribune.com A Charlestown man was ordered to
Read more.
Indiana awards whistleblower $95K with more whistleblowers likely in financial advice sector
Earlier this month, Indiana announced its first whistleblower award, giving $95,000 to a former JP Morgan official who helped the
Read more.
SEC Wants Firms To Watch Reps With Troubled Pasts
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday that it is launching exams to test
Read more.
2 Firms To Pay SEC Fines Over Wrap Fee Compliance Failures
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com James & Associates and Robert W. Baird & Co. agreed Thursday to pay a fine
Read more.
Day Traders Think They Can Win in Online Ponzi Schemes
Software makers and speculators help to keep $47 million a year flowing through a world of fraudulent investment schemes. By
Read more.
SEC Says Advisers Must Report Clients’ Derivatives Risk
By Jody Godoy of Law360.com Law360, New York (August 25, 2016, 5:11 PM ET) — The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Read more.
Adviser Who Targeted Elderly In Ponzi Scheme Gets 5 Years
By Diana Novak Jones of Law360.com A financial adviser convicted of running an 8-year, $4.2 million Ponzi scheme was sentenced
Read more.
ADM Accused in Trial of Directing Grain Sales Ponzi Scheme
By Bloomberg News A Missouri grain dealer who stole tens of millions of dollars from farmers may turn out to
Read more.
Texas Oil Co. Owner Arrested For Running Ponzi Scheme
By Daniel Siegal of Law360.com The Texas-based proprietor of an oil and gas exploration company has been arrested by federal
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

State regulators reveal top enforcement targets and the price they pay
Agencies brought more cases against registered advisers than unregistered entities, and certain products featured in many of them By Mark
Read more.
Charlestown, Indiana man pleads guilty in securities fraud case
Richard Collins ordered to pay $250,000, sentenced to prison By Elizabeth Depompei of newsandtribune.com A Charlestown man was ordered to
Read more.
Indiana awards whistleblower $95K with more whistleblowers likely in financial advice sector
Earlier this month, Indiana announced its first whistleblower award, giving $95,000 to a former JP Morgan official who helped the
Read more.
SEC Wants Firms To Watch Reps With Troubled Pasts
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday that it is launching exams to test
Read more.
2 Firms To Pay SEC Fines Over Wrap Fee Compliance Failures
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com James & Associates and Robert W. Baird & Co. agreed Thursday to pay a fine
Read more.
Day Traders Think They Can Win in Online Ponzi Schemes
Software makers and speculators help to keep $47 million a year flowing through a world of fraudulent investment schemes. By
Read more.
SEC Says Advisers Must Report Clients’ Derivatives Risk
By Jody Godoy of Law360.com Law360, New York (August 25, 2016, 5:11 PM ET) — The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Read more.
Adviser Who Targeted Elderly In Ponzi Scheme Gets 5 Years
By Diana Novak Jones of Law360.com A financial adviser convicted of running an 8-year, $4.2 million Ponzi scheme was sentenced
Read more.
ADM Accused in Trial of Directing Grain Sales Ponzi Scheme
By Bloomberg News A Missouri grain dealer who stole tens of millions of dollars from farmers may turn out to
Read more.
Texas Oil Co. Owner Arrested For Running Ponzi Scheme
By Daniel Siegal of Law360.com The Texas-based proprietor of an oil and gas exploration company has been arrested by federal
Read more.

Latest News

State regulators reveal top enforcement targets and the price they pay
Agencies brought more cases against registered advisers than unregistered entities, and certain products featured in many of them By Mark
Read more.
Charlestown, Indiana man pleads guilty in securities fraud case
Richard Collins ordered to pay $250,000, sentenced to prison By Elizabeth Depompei of newsandtribune.com A Charlestown man was ordered to
Read more.
Indiana awards whistleblower $95K with more whistleblowers likely in financial advice sector
Earlier this month, Indiana announced its first whistleblower award, giving $95,000 to a former JP Morgan official who helped the
Read more.
SEC Wants Firms To Watch Reps With Troubled Pasts
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday that it is launching exams to test
Read more.
2 Firms To Pay SEC Fines Over Wrap Fee Compliance Failures
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com James & Associates and Robert W. Baird & Co. agreed Thursday to pay a fine
Read more.
Day Traders Think They Can Win in Online Ponzi Schemes
Software makers and speculators help to keep $47 million a year flowing through a world of fraudulent investment schemes. By
Read more.
SEC Says Advisers Must Report Clients’ Derivatives Risk
By Jody Godoy of Law360.com Law360, New York (August 25, 2016, 5:11 PM ET) — The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Read more.
Adviser Who Targeted Elderly In Ponzi Scheme Gets 5 Years
By Diana Novak Jones of Law360.com A financial adviser convicted of running an 8-year, $4.2 million Ponzi scheme was sentenced
Read more.
ADM Accused in Trial of Directing Grain Sales Ponzi Scheme
By Bloomberg News A Missouri grain dealer who stole tens of millions of dollars from farmers may turn out to
Read more.
Texas Oil Co. Owner Arrested For Running Ponzi Scheme
By Daniel Siegal of Law360.com The Texas-based proprietor of an oil and gas exploration company has been arrested by federal
Read more.

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