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Real Estate Mogul Jay Morrison Raises $9.6 Million In First Seven Days of Historic IPO of First African-American Owned Real Estate Crowdfund

ATLANTA/June 9, 2018 (STLRealEstate.News) — Atlanta-based real estate mogul Jay Morrison recently announced the initial public offering (IPO) launch of the Tulsa Real Estate Fund, the first African-American owned Regulation A+ Tier II crowdfund designed to revitalize urban communities across the U.S. Tulsa Real Estate Fund, The People’s Fund, is a real estate crowdfund qualified … Continue reading Real Estate Mogul Jay Morrison Raises $9.6 Million In First Seven Days of Historic IPO of First African-American Owned Real Estate Crowdfund

Chicago Investment Adviser, Daniel H. Glick Settles SEC Charges for Fraudulent Scheme, Sentenced to 151 Months in Prison

On April 17, 2018, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois entered judgments against Daniel H. Glick, a Chicago-based investment adviser, his unregistered investment advisory firm Financial Management Strategies Inc. (FMS), and his accounting firm, relief defendant Glick Accounting Services Inc. (GAS).  The SEC had charged Glick and FMS in March … Continue reading Chicago Investment Adviser, Daniel H. Glick Settles SEC Charges for Fraudulent Scheme, Sentenced to 151 Months in Prison

SEC Charges Prominent Pastor, Financial Planner in Scheme to Defraud Elderly Investors

Washington D.C. (STL.News) The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday charged the pastor of one of the largest Protestant churches in the country and a self-described financial planner in a scheme to defraud elderly investors by selling them interests in defunct, pre-Revolutionary Chinese bonds. The SEC’s complaint alleges that, in 2013 and 2014, Kirbyjon Caldwell, Senior Pastor … Continue reading SEC Charges Prominent Pastor, Financial Planner in Scheme to Defraud Elderly Investors

SEC Fans Head To 1860 Saloon For The Whole Hoops Experience

ST. LOUIS, MO/March 8, 2018 (STL.News) – SEC fans, 1860 Saloon has a great St. Louis experience for you during your basketball-related fun! Popular bar/restaurant close to downtown. Check.  Live Blues and Classic Rock music. Check. And awesome New Orleans-influenced Cajun and Creole menu, with favorite local brewers’ brands. Check. On Thursday and Friday afternoon, … Continue reading SEC Fans Head To 1860 Saloon For The Whole Hoops Experience

Businessman in ski resort fraud case agrees to pay $81M

MONTPELIER, Vt./February 02, 2018(AP)(STL.News)— A Miami businessman accused of massive fraud involving foreign investors’ money in a Vermont ski area has agreed to pay back more than $81 million and give up ownership of two ski resorts, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Friday. The proposed settlement with Ariel Quiros must be approved by a … Continue reading Businessman in ski resort fraud case agrees to pay $81M

Accountants Charged with Using Leaked Confidential PCAOB Data in Quest to Improve Inspection Results for KPMG

Washington D.C. (STL.News) The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against six certified public accountants – including former staffers at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) and former senior officials at KPMG LLP – arising from their participation in a scheme to misappropriate and use confidential information relating to the PCAOB’s planned inspections of … Continue reading Accountants Charged with Using Leaked Confidential PCAOB Data in Quest to Improve Inspection Results for KPMG

No. 20 Northwestern edges Kentucky 24-23 in Music City Bowl

NASHVILLE, Tenn./December 29, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — Go ahead and question Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald‘s decisions to go for it over and over on fourth down, even late in a move that nearly cost the Wildcats dearly. His defense had their coach’s back. The Wildcats broke up Kentucky’s 2-point conversion, and No. 20 Northwestern held off … Continue reading No. 20 Northwestern edges Kentucky 24-23 in Music City Bowl

Oklahoma’s rivalry with SEC continues with new coach Riley

NORMAN, Okla. /December 27,2017 (AP)(STL.NEWS) — Oklahoma has no plans to bow down to the mighty Southeastern Conference. The SEC has run roughshod over most of college football for the past decade, but in recent years, former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops was vocal about his belief that the Sooners and the Big 12 were elite, … Continue reading Oklahoma’s rivalry with SEC continues with new coach Riley