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ONIMCO had a conflict of interest when it recommended Sweep Account Options to its clients
'Hundreds of billions of dollars in fees and expenses are standing between investors and businesses'
Nearly half of private fund advisers are trying to sub-contract their way out of their fiduciary duties, a trade association for pension and foundation managers ...
Cowen determined that a government money market fund, as opposed to another type of money market fund, was an appropriate cash sweep vehicle for its ...
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 ...
BFC’s Form ADV Part 2A brochures disclosed that advisory clients “may incur” 12b-1 fees, and that because IARs “may receive 12b-1 fees … there is ...
By causing certain advisory clients to invest in share classes of mutual funds that charged 12b-1 fees or share classes of money market funds that ...
Without adequate policies, procedures, training, and supervision in place at Frontier, certain IARs failed to reasonably assess whether the Feeder Fund was suitable for each ...
Investors would normally revel in investment earnings that could produce capital gains but the SEC notes in a new enforcement action that their adviser erred ...
Prior to SoFi Wealth’s decision to move client assets into the new SoFi ETFs, and prior to the transfer itself, SoFi Wealth did not perform ...
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