The CFTC and the DOJ charged the principal of a cryptocurrency escrow company for making false statements to two customers who had given the principal $7 million that their bitcoin would be "safeguarded" by his company.
In order to settle SEC charges of defrauding investors, the former town attorney and deputy supervisor of Oyster Bay, Long Island, agreed to a permanent injunction from participating in municipal securities offerings.
The CFTC announced the revocation of the registration of Prestige Capital Advisors, LLC ("Prestige") as a commodity trading advisor ("CTA"). On January 2, 2014, the CFTC Judgment Officer issued an Initial Decision on Default against Prestige, finding that it was statutorily disqualified from CFTC...
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