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In 2013, brokers charged with investment fraud were sentenced to a 33 percent longer jail sentence than in the previous year,
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Kevin James, a former Indianapolis financial adviser, was sentenced by a federal judge to 10 years in prison and ordered
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently imposed a $15 million fine on Barclays Capital Inc. to settle charges that it
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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined Morgan Stanley & Co. $4.5 million in an arbitration dispute involving Morgan Stanley and
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Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis recently filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co., alleging that the bank caused the
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Indianapolis-based accounting firm DeWitt & Shrader PC agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a receiver appointed for Samex Capital
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If your investments went south, would you be totally responsible, or could your broker share some responsibility? According to the
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If Ball State University could be duped by an unscrupulous investment advisor, any other investor -- including you -- could
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Scott Starr was recently featured in the “Leader in Litigation” series by Wilson, Kehoe & Winingham, a well-known law firm
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Investors should know if a broker took his or her Series 7 and Series 63 exams more than once, because

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