How a Miami Law Firm Plans to Recover Billions for Medicare
More than 8% of Medicare claims may be the responsibility of another payer
FINRA’s 6 Steps to Recovery for Fraud Victims
The industry group outlines the details of what investors can do after being affected by financial crime.
Securities America to Pay $1M Over Sales of MedCap Notes
Earlier, the IBD agreed to give some $2.8 million to some 60 investors who lost millions as the firm went into default.
FINRA Bars Rep for $15M of ‘Unsuitable Trades’ in Retiree Account
The client was a longtime Colgate-Palmolive employee who lost dividends and paid $375,000 in markups and other fees.
How to protect your client and business data
How safe is your data?
BD Must Repay Tribe $3.4M, Pay $750K FINRA Fine
An advisor that sold $190 million in nontraded REITs and BDCs has yet to resolve charges with the regulator.
Common traits of financial fraud victims
Fraud victims often share similar mindsets, behaviors and demographic characteristics.
7 things Trump's new DOL pick knows about benefits
R. Alexander Acosta started South Florida's federal health care fraud strike force.
FINRA Expels BD, Bars CEO for Fraudulent Muni Bond Sales
Robert Lawson transferred millions of dollars from a deceased client's trust to hide bond borrowers' poor financial condition.
New Tech Scam Warning Shows How Vulnerable We Are
Clients — or advisors themselves — might fall prey to a new, clever telephone fraud.