Charges filed against RIA, former CCO over conflicts, fiduciary duty and more

Buttonwood and McGraw therefore had a financial conflict of interest with their clients—they had an incentive to select investments for clients that would allow Buttonwood to avoid having to pay transaction fees and cause clients to incur higher expenses

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