Adviser Created Fictitious Client, SEC Claims

Madoff. Schrenker (the guy who parachuted out of a plane). Stanford. Seems like everywhere you turn, theres yet another fraud case being brought against yet another investment adviser. The latest installment in the saga: Leila Jenkins, the president and CEO of Locke Capital Management. The SECs March 9 complaint against Jenkins is a rather eyebrow-raising read. […]
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