SEC Charges Ex-JPMorgan Advisor With Stealing $20M From Clients
Michael Oppenheim told clients he would buy them safe muni bonds but instead lost their money in "highly unprofitable" options trading, the SEC said.
New Hire Roundup: PIMCO Names Fels Managing Director, Adds CIO
Meanwhile, New York Life says it will hire 3,600 reps this year.
SEC Sanctions Schwab, TD Ameritrade, 11 Others on Puerto Rican Junk Bond Sales
The SEC Monday sanctioned 13 firms under MSRB's minimum investment rule intended to keep retail investors out of higher-risk offerings.
New Hire Roundup: Women in ETFs Announces Board Members, Leaders
Also in new hires, FNEX has named Neal Wolkoff to its newly formed board of advisors.
New Hire Roundup: CFTC Names Goelman Enforcement Chief
Grace Vogel joined PwC’s financial services regulatory practice, and the Hedge Fund Association named three women to leadership positions.
Raymond James, Securities America and NFP Unit Add Teams, Breakaways
Six reps, including two father-son teams, switched firms with a total of more than $920 million in client assets.
Recruiting Trends: Is Now a Good Time to Move?
Before you go independent or switch firms, consider these job-market factors.
SEC’s 16 Biggest Penalties Since Financial Crisis
The SEC recently released a roundup of its financial crisis enforcement actions, highlighting some of the more than 150 firms and individuals the agency has levied charges against since 2008.
J.P. Morgan, Credit Suisse to Pay Combined $400 Million Settlement for RMBS Violations
The SEC alleges that J.P. Morgan misstated information about the delinquency status of mortgage loans that provided collateral for an RMBS offering in which it was the underwriter, while Credit Suisse similarly failed to accurately disclose its practice of retaining cash for itself from the settlement of claims against mortgage...
AIG Stock Sale Could Trigger Federal Regulation
American International Group is on the verge of becoming the first insurance holding company ever regulated by the federal government.