74-year-old rep fined, adviser settles SEC enforcement case

Intervest and Carson caused certain advisory clients to invest in Standard Units and Fund Class A shares when otherwise identical, but less expensive, Fee Account Units or Fund load-waived Class A shares were available to clients that presented a more favorable value under the particular circumstances occurring at the time of the transactions

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