Adviser’s Ownership Interest Triggers Principal Trading Settlement

An investment advisory firm and its founder/chief executive officer reached a settlement with the SEC after the agency charged both with principal trading violations. The founder’s ownership interest in a fund his firm managed when the trades occurred was more than 35 percent, the agency said, well above the 25 percent limit mentioned in a recent agency Risk Alert, and apparently triggered the agency investigation.
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