SEC Shuts Down $300 Million Fraud Perpetrated by San Diego Company and Its Principal

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced it has filed charges and obtained a consented-to asset freeze against San Diego-based ANI Development LLC, its principal, Gina Champion-Cain, and a relief defendant, for operating a multi-year $300… from Press Releases https://ift.tt/2ZoZGlT via IFTTT

SEC Charges Adviser Firm and Its Principals With Defrauding Retired NFL Players

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a Tallahassee-based investment adviser firm and its two former principals with defrauding investors, most of whom were retired NFL players who had joined a class-action lawsuit against the league… from Press Releases https://ift.tt/2zsE48L via IFTTT

SEC Charges Private Lender and CEO with Fraudulent Mismarking Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Live Well Financial, Inc. and its CEO, Michael Hild, both of Richmond, Va., with perpetuating a multi-million dollar bond mismarking scheme against Live Well's short-term lenders. The complaint… from Press Releases https://ift.tt/2ZtKPHa via IFTTT

SEC Awards More Than $1.8 Million to Whistleblower

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced an award of more than $1.8 million to a whistleblower whose information and assistance were critically important to the success of an enforcement action involving misconduct committed overseas.… from Press Releases https://ift.tt/2LghXIh via IFTTT

SEC Charges Dallas Company and its Founders With Defrauding Investors in Unregistered Offering and Operating Unregistered Digital Asset Exchange

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges with Bitqyck Inc. and its founders, who allegedly defrauded investors in securities offerings of two digital assets, Bitqy and BitqyM, and operated an unregistered exchange to… from Press Releases https://ift.tt/2Uj39Nk via IFTTT

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