SEC settlement bars former CCO for hiding $2.8m in hidden payments

Failing to disclose this compensation made her statements about the investments misleading because a reasonable investor would consider her compensation as bearing on her objectivity and motivation for offering the securities. Moreover, as to Prosperity’s clients, the compensation Butler stood to receive constituted a conflict of interest, which she did not disclose to them

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