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SEC Charges Prominent San Diego Financial Planner with Fraud
by: Ann Marsh
Thursday, November 10, 2011
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The SEC has charged a prominent San Diego-based financial advisor with fraud, accusing him and his firm of failing to disclose to clients a conflict of interest in an investment and lying to and misleading clients about a hedge fund he manages.

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