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March 26, 2015

Posted  January 28, 2016

Chicago-based trading firm Global Fixed Income LLC, its owner Charles Perlitz Kempf and nearly two dozen companies and individuals who regularly bought and sold securities on behalf of Global agreed to pay nearly $5 million in disgorgement of profits and $1 million in penalties to settle SEC charges of failing to properly register with the SEC.  The settling companies included: Florida-based AGS Capital Group, Tennessee-based Banes Capital Management, Florida-based Big Star Capital, California-based Esso Ventures, New Jersey-based Etek Investment Management, New Jersey-based Finmark Resources, Kentucky-based Parker Paschal & Company, Florida-based PMK Capital Management, and Maryland-basedRLJ Fixed IncomeSEC

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