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SEC Charges Telecommunications Expense Management Company Tangoe Inc. With Accounting Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged telecommunications expense management company Tangoe Inc. for its use of fraudulent accounting practices that artificially boosted company revenues between 2013 and 2015.  Four former members of the company’s senior management team were also charged… Read More

SEC Charges Cannabis Investment Fund Greenview Investment Partners L.P and Founder Michael E. Cone in Fraudulent Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged a Texas-based investment fund Greenview Investment Partners L.P. and its founder Michael E. Cone with defrauding investors with false promises of massive returns in cannabis-related businesses.  The SEC also issued an alert to warn retail… Read More

SEC Charges Buffalo Advisory Firm and Principal With Fraud Relating to Association With Barred Adviser Walter Grenda

The Securities and Exchange Commission filed charges against a Buffalo, New York, investment advisory firm and its owner for misleading firm clients about its association with a barred investment adviser, who is also being charged for violating the… Read More

Sanofi Charged With FCPA Violations

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Paris-based pharmaceutical company Sanofi has agreed to pay more than $25 million to resolve charges that its Kazakhstan and the Middle East subsidiaries made corrupt payments to win business. According to the… Read More

SEC Charges Florida Cash Advance Company, Former CEO Carl Ruderman With Defrauding Retail Investors

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against 1 Global Capital LLC and its former chief executive officer for allegedly defrauding at least 3,400 retail investors, more than one-third of whom invested their retirement funds. The Florida-based cash advance… Read More

Legg Mason Charged With Violating the FCPA

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Legg Mason Inc. will pay over $34 million to resolve an SEC charge that the company violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in a scheme to bribe Libyan government officials.   According… Read More

Transamerica Entities to Pay $97 Million to Investors Relating to Errors in Quantitative Investment Models

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against four Transamerica entities for misconduct involving faulty investment models and ordered the entities to refund $97 million to misled retail investors. According to the SEC’s order, investors put billions of… Read More

SEC Updates List of Firms Using Inaccurate Information to Solicit Investors

  The Securities and Exchange Commission announced on Aug. 6, 2018 that it has updated its list of unregistered firms that use misleading information to primarily solicit non-U.S. investors, adding 16 soliciting entities, four impersonators of genuine firms, and nine… Read More

SEC Adopts Amendments to Simplify and Update Disclosure Requirements

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it has voted to adopt amendments to certain disclosure requirements that have become duplicative, overlapping, or outdated in light of other Commission disclosure requirements, U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), or changes… Read More

SEC Adopts Rule Amendments to Improve Municipal Securities Disclosure

The Securities and Exchange Commission adopted amendments to enhance transparency in the municipal securities market. The adopted amendments to Rule 15c2-12 of the Securities Exchange Act will focus on material financial obligations that could impact an issuer’s liquidity,… Read More