A shortfall of more than $700,000 in client assets has resulted in fraud charges for one Ohio advisory firm and its president.

Professional Investment Management, an advisory firm in Columbus, Ohio, and Douglas Cowgill, the firm's president and chief compliance officer, "repeatedly" hid the missing amount, according to the SEC, which successfully sought a freeze on the firm's assets.

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