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SEC Charges South Florida Woman Behind Ponzi Scheme Targeting Colombian-American Community

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a woman living in South Florida with defrauding investors in a Ponzi scheme and affinity fraud that targeted the local Colombian-American community and involved purported investments in immigration bail bonds.Read more


SEC Charges Three Auditors in Continuing Crackdown on Violations or Failures By Gatekeepers

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against three auditors for violating federal securities laws or failing to comply with U.S. auditing standards during their audits and reviews of financial statements for publicly traded companies.Read more


SEC Charges Operators of Boiler Room Scheme Targeting Seniors to Invest in Football-Related Scam

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the operators of a South Florida-based boiler room scheme with defrauding seniors and other investors they pressured into purchasing stock in a company that purportedly developed ground-breaking technology for the National Football League to use in the Super Bowl.Read more


SEC Charges China-Based Executives With Fraud and Insider Trading

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the former CEO of an education services provider based in China with stealing tens of millions of dollars from investors in a U.S. public offering, and charged another executive with illegally dumping his stock in the company after he helped steal valuable company assets.Read more


SEC Charges Accountant for Madoff Clients for Role in Creating False Books and Records

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the longtime accountant for many of Bernard Madoff’s oldest and wealthiest clients for his role in the creation of false books and records used in the massive Ponzi scheme.Read more