SEC Whistleblower Exposes Vast Corruption in U.S. Investment Industry
Sadly, the United States may not be the national paragon of virtue that once drew millions of immigrants to its shores. Juan Cole lists 10 reasons why the United States is one of the most corrupt countries in the world. The SEC recently announced a $17 million dollar award to an anonymous whistleblower who detailed vast malpractice in his field. The SEC was said to enact “Sanctions against a major player in the financial markets.”
Organized and occult criminal interests may even today have vast influence over Wall Street, writes Veterans Today columnist Preston James, Ph.D. Patriotic SEC whistleblowers play a big part in bringing these villains to justice. If you or your colleagues observe behavior by supervisors that is not acceptable, be sure to report it.
The SEC whistleblower attorney said that “My client blew the whistle when others in the financial services industry were content to remain silent.” How many other similar cases are going on right now where fraudulent theft of investor money is not being reported? Investors would be wise to take responsibility for their assets and not farm out the management of them to a third party who may not be held accountable for how they are using them.
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