School Daze: Limiting Liabilities of College Students
It’s understandable that college students will make poor decisions, but ensure your clients are protected from those risky choices.
SEC Enforcement: Phony Hedge Fund Manager Charged With Duping Small Businesses Out of $4M
In another action, a Canadian trader has agreed to settle SEC charges in a short-selling scheme.
SEC, FINRA Enforcement: Ex-Marine Charged With Bilking Fellow Servicemembers
Among other recent FINRA and SEC actions were a $1.4 million fine for Oppenheimer & Co. for penny-stock violations and insider trading charges against a former Green Mountain Coffee exec.
Banks Must Step Up Digital Game to Woo the Wealthy
The more banks connect digitally with their clients, the greater the chance they have to inspire brand loyalty, according to the SEI Futurewealth report.
How Your Clients Can Shield Their Assets From Lawsuits
Frivolous lawsuits are proliferating in a bad economy, says attorney Hillel Presser. The goal therefore is to own nothing, but control everything...
This Christmas Say No, for Now, to Shopping
NEWS SOURCES ARE ALREADY REPORTING sightings of the Grinch poised to steal Christmas. Subpar sales are signaling a frigid holiday season ahead, and retailers are aggressively courting consumers through deep discounts. But Americans should avoid this snare.
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