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The analyst replied to Compliance Officer’s initial email, stating that he did not see anything that would require SARC to take immediate action, such as ...
A federal judge ordered him to serve one year and one day in prison. The former broker could have faced up to 20 years
Temporary hold and trusted contact provisions seen as "critical tools in the fight against elder financial abuse"
"Victims of fraud, too often, are older adults: Some have retired, others have neared it, but all have spent decades preparing their nest eggs. Today, ...
Muntin misappropriated over $305,000 from one of his elderly, investment advisory clients
While financial abuse by strangers stings, the pain deepens when a family member steals
"The FBI estimates that older adults lose nearly $3 billion a year to financial scams. What’s more, the risk of fraud is growing for us all as we ...
SEC Commissioner Peirce
"Fraudsters are eager to exploit the combination of wealth and the cognitive decline that may come with age"
Here's a five-step technique to help reps spot trouble among their senior clients
The proposal addresses concerns that some parties may not be able to participate meaningfully in arbitration due to illness or age

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