Internal Controls: CCO and Adviser Pay After SEC Charges President with Theft

Its not easy to set limits on an advisory firms owner, president or chief executive officer. But as one chief compliance officer found out, failure to do so may lead to harsh consequences, not only for the top executive, but for the firm and its CCO.
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