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Five months after the FBI searched his downtown Raleigh office, VisionQuest founder Stephen Peters has been indicted by a federal grand jury. The 29-page indictment comes a day before a restraint on his assets was set to expire. It charges Peters, 44, with one count of investment advisor fraud, one count of fraud in the sale of unregistered securities, […]

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Washington D.C., May 29, 2014 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced fraud charges and an asset freeze against a Chicago-based investment fund manager accused of stealing money he raised from investors to pay personal and business expenses. The SEC alleges that Neal V. Goyal told investors that the private funds he managed would […]

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CINCINNATI — A Symmes Township man is expected to plead guilty in Atlanta next week to federal charges that he participated in a $35 million Ponzi scheme shut down by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 2012. Mark Morrow, a former Ohio manager for Atlanta-based Summit Wealth Management, was indicted in 2015 on 13 counts alleging Morrow and […]

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By: Ryan Boldrey The Securities and Exchange Commission announced fraud charges and an emergency asset freeze against William P. Sullivan II of Highlands Ranch and Michael Turnock of Denver for allegedly perpetrating a Ponzi scheme. The two, who operate Bridge Premium Finance LLC, are alleged to have raised at least $15.7 million from more than […]