A Seattle advisory firm that has paid out almost $14.5 million in customer settlements in the past nine years, according to regulatory filings, is now paying another $590,000 to settle SEC charges.

Dennis Daugs Jr. and Lakeside Capital Management of Seattle used assets from the portfolio of a senior citizen client "to fund $3.1 million in personal loans without telling her or obtaining her consent," the SEC said in a statement.

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