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SEC Charges Ohio Investment Adviser With Hiding $700K Shortfall

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced fraud charges and an asset freeze against a Columbus, Ohio-based investment advisory firm and its president for repeatedly hiding a shortfall of more than $700,000 in client assets.

Traders Magazine Online News, May 5, 2014

Phil Albinus

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced fraud charges and an asset freeze against a Columbus, Ohio-based investment advisory firm and its president for repeatedly hiding a shortfall of more than $700,000 in client assets.

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