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September 2, 2014

Posted  January 26, 2016

The SEC charged Houston-based investment advisory firm Robare Group Ltd. with recommending that clients invest in particular mutual funds without disclosing a key conflict of interest:  the firm was in turn receiving compensation from the broker offering the funds.  Therefore, unbeknownst to investors, Robare Group and its co-owners Mark L. Robare and Jack L. Jones Jr. had an incentive to recommend these funds to clients over other investment opportunities and generate additional revenue for the firm.  SEC

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