Side Compensation without Disclosure Leads to Court Charges against Adviser

The SEC recently filed charges in federal court against an advisory firm, its owner and a former owner, claiming that the three breached their fiduciary duty when they failed to disclose to their clients that they were accepting compensation that created a conflict of interest. Now the defendants face not only the charges, but the possibility of disgorgement and financial penalties.
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