Wednesday, August 6, 2014

PA Advisor Gets 21 Year Jail Sentence for Fraud

A federal court has sentenced a Pennsylvania investment advisor to more than 21 years in prison for squandering millions of dollars in investors' assets while falsifying statements to indicate strong returns and stable principal balances. The advisor was found guilty on 21 counts of fraud stemming from a litany of misrepresentations made to clients from December 2004 through August 2009.

For more information - Pennsylvania Advisor Receives 21-Year Sentence in Fraud Case | On Wall Street
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