The Securities and Exchange Commission charged three New York-based investment firms and four former senior officers with fraud, misuse of client assets and other securities laws violations, when they masked financial troubles within their $66 million advisory business.
The firms told investors their money was in stable, safe investments designed to provide steady streams of income, the SEC said, while they and the officers tried to stem "deepening financial problems."
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