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March 11, 2019

Posted  March 11, 2019

Investment advisers that placed their clients in higher-cost mutual fund share classes, and received a share of the higher 12b-1 fees charged by those investments, but failed to adequately disclose the conflicts of interest where a lower-cost share class was available, will collectively return more than $125 million to their clients, the majority of whom are retail investors.  Seventy-nine investment advisors have agreed to refund the improperly disclosed fees collected by them to individual clients, with interest, as well as to undertake additional compliance procedures.  SEC

Tagged in: Financial and Investment Fraud, Regulatory Violations, Securities Fraud,

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