The SEC has filed charges against an Indiana investment advisor for allegedly running a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme.
The commission is charging Indianapolis-based wealth management and business consulting firm Veros Partners, its president and two associates with fraudulently raising at least $15 million from investors, most of whom were clients of the advisory practice.
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