Adviser in Court after SEC Charges Owner and Firm with Improper Transaction Costs

The owner of both an advisory firm and a broker-dealer found himself in federal court after the SEC filed charges that he and his advisory firm invested their clients in a version of a security that charged significant transactional sales charges - most of which the broker-dealer allegedly pocketed - when the identical security was available without these costs.
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