A brokerage client who pleaded guilty to making trades through falsely credited funds must disclose the fraud case if he ever tries to open another account.
Nathaniel D. Ponn, 28, may not do business with any brokerage firm in the future without providing the SEC complaint and the final judgment issued by a federal judge in Boston last week. Ponn pleaded guilty in December to three felony counts of wire fraud, receiving a 15-month prison term in March.
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