An RIA has been charged with defrauding clients out of more than $1 million by putting profitable trades in his personal accounts — while assigning unprofitable trades to his clients' accounts.
A federal grand jury in Chicago indicted Charles J. Dushek, president of Lisle, Illinois-based Capital Management Associates, charging him with nine counts of securities fraud and one count of employing a scheme to defraud a client.
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