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Class Actions

Study Suggests Investment Advisers Often Act in Their Own Interest
Many investment advisers reinforce client behaviors that are in the advisers’ best interest, and fail to discourage financial errors by
Read more.
Top Financial Adviser, Tom Buck, Fired By Merrill Lynch
Thomas J. Buck, a senior vice president of investments at Merrill Lynch, was fired last month due to the company’s
Read more.
Financial Adviser Sued By NBA Star
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs 15-time All Star, recently sued his adviser in Texas state court, claiming he was pushed
Read more.
Institutional Investors Sue American Realty Capital Properties
TIAA-CREF, New York City Retirement Systems (NYCRS) and other investors recently filed complaints in the U.S. District Court in New
Read more.
Obama Calls For New Rules to Save Investors Billions
If President Obama gets his way, your retirement savings could grow even more each year. In a recent speech to
Read more.
Are Financial Planning Clients Getting What They Pay For?
As an investor, you might not be getting what you pay for regarding financial planning. A recently released study attributes
Read more.
Thirteen Firms Sanctioned for Improper Sales of Puerto Rican Bonds
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently fined 13 financial firms for selling risky Puerto Rican bonds to retail clients
Read more.
Star Brokers’ Wings Clipped by Increased Regulatory Scrutiny
A widely accepted reality of the financial industry is that management typically turns a blind eye to potential indiscretions of
Read more.
SEC Requiring More Data — Firms Need to Refocus on Compliance
Examiners with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are poring over much more data from advisory firms, and are able
Read more.
Adviser Found Guilty for Stealing Nearly $1 Million
Former Ameriprise Financial Inc. adviser Susan Walker recently pleaded guilty to defrauding 24 clients of $980,000. Walker used the money
Read more.

Securities Fraud

Study Suggests Investment Advisers Often Act in Their Own Interest
Many investment advisers reinforce client behaviors that are in the advisers’ best interest, and fail to discourage financial errors by
Read more.
Top Financial Adviser, Tom Buck, Fired By Merrill Lynch
Thomas J. Buck, a senior vice president of investments at Merrill Lynch, was fired last month due to the company’s
Read more.
Financial Adviser Sued By NBA Star
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs 15-time All Star, recently sued his adviser in Texas state court, claiming he was pushed
Read more.
Institutional Investors Sue American Realty Capital Properties
TIAA-CREF, New York City Retirement Systems (NYCRS) and other investors recently filed complaints in the U.S. District Court in New
Read more.
Obama Calls For New Rules to Save Investors Billions
If President Obama gets his way, your retirement savings could grow even more each year. In a recent speech to
Read more.
Are Financial Planning Clients Getting What They Pay For?
As an investor, you might not be getting what you pay for regarding financial planning. A recently released study attributes
Read more.
Thirteen Firms Sanctioned for Improper Sales of Puerto Rican Bonds
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently fined 13 financial firms for selling risky Puerto Rican bonds to retail clients
Read more.
Star Brokers’ Wings Clipped by Increased Regulatory Scrutiny
A widely accepted reality of the financial industry is that management typically turns a blind eye to potential indiscretions of
Read more.
SEC Requiring More Data — Firms Need to Refocus on Compliance
Examiners with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are poring over much more data from advisory firms, and are able
Read more.
Adviser Found Guilty for Stealing Nearly $1 Million
Former Ameriprise Financial Inc. adviser Susan Walker recently pleaded guilty to defrauding 24 clients of $980,000. Walker used the money
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

Study Suggests Investment Advisers Often Act in Their Own Interest
Many investment advisers reinforce client behaviors that are in the advisers’ best interest, and fail to discourage financial errors by
Read more.
Top Financial Adviser, Tom Buck, Fired By Merrill Lynch
Thomas J. Buck, a senior vice president of investments at Merrill Lynch, was fired last month due to the company’s
Read more.
Financial Adviser Sued By NBA Star
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs 15-time All Star, recently sued his adviser in Texas state court, claiming he was pushed
Read more.
Institutional Investors Sue American Realty Capital Properties
TIAA-CREF, New York City Retirement Systems (NYCRS) and other investors recently filed complaints in the U.S. District Court in New
Read more.
Obama Calls For New Rules to Save Investors Billions
If President Obama gets his way, your retirement savings could grow even more each year. In a recent speech to
Read more.
Are Financial Planning Clients Getting What They Pay For?
As an investor, you might not be getting what you pay for regarding financial planning. A recently released study attributes
Read more.
Thirteen Firms Sanctioned for Improper Sales of Puerto Rican Bonds
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently fined 13 financial firms for selling risky Puerto Rican bonds to retail clients
Read more.
Star Brokers’ Wings Clipped by Increased Regulatory Scrutiny
A widely accepted reality of the financial industry is that management typically turns a blind eye to potential indiscretions of
Read more.
SEC Requiring More Data — Firms Need to Refocus on Compliance
Examiners with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are poring over much more data from advisory firms, and are able
Read more.
Adviser Found Guilty for Stealing Nearly $1 Million
Former Ameriprise Financial Inc. adviser Susan Walker recently pleaded guilty to defrauding 24 clients of $980,000. Walker used the money
Read more.

Latest News

Study Suggests Investment Advisers Often Act in Their Own Interest
Many investment advisers reinforce client behaviors that are in the advisers’ best interest, and fail to discourage financial errors by
Read more.
Top Financial Adviser, Tom Buck, Fired By Merrill Lynch
Thomas J. Buck, a senior vice president of investments at Merrill Lynch, was fired last month due to the company’s
Read more.
Financial Adviser Sued By NBA Star
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs 15-time All Star, recently sued his adviser in Texas state court, claiming he was pushed
Read more.
Institutional Investors Sue American Realty Capital Properties
TIAA-CREF, New York City Retirement Systems (NYCRS) and other investors recently filed complaints in the U.S. District Court in New
Read more.
Obama Calls For New Rules to Save Investors Billions
If President Obama gets his way, your retirement savings could grow even more each year. In a recent speech to
Read more.
Are Financial Planning Clients Getting What They Pay For?
As an investor, you might not be getting what you pay for regarding financial planning. A recently released study attributes
Read more.
Thirteen Firms Sanctioned for Improper Sales of Puerto Rican Bonds
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently fined 13 financial firms for selling risky Puerto Rican bonds to retail clients
Read more.
Star Brokers’ Wings Clipped by Increased Regulatory Scrutiny
A widely accepted reality of the financial industry is that management typically turns a blind eye to potential indiscretions of
Read more.
SEC Requiring More Data — Firms Need to Refocus on Compliance
Examiners with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are poring over much more data from advisory firms, and are able
Read more.
Adviser Found Guilty for Stealing Nearly $1 Million
Former Ameriprise Financial Inc. adviser Susan Walker recently pleaded guilty to defrauding 24 clients of $980,000. Walker used the money
Read more.

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