SEC Alleges Adviser Engaged in Share Class Violations and Other Conflicts of Interest

The SECs focus on advisers placing clients in certain higher-fee mutual fund share classes when less expensive share classes of the same investment are available shows no sign of abating – as evidenced by the agencys August 29 complaint in federal court charging a dually registered adviser with doing just that. Denver-based advisory firm Cetera […]
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