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Adviser & CEO fined over undisclosed principal trades

The Advisers Act, which prohibits an investment adviser, while acting as a principal for his own account, from knowingly selling any security to or purchasing any security from any client, without disclosing to such client in writing before completion of such transaction the capacity in which he is acting and obtaining the consent of the client to the transaction

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