Although suspended from the industry in 2006, an adviser continued soliciting funds from clients for years afterwards — netting over $1 million which he used to partly pay for his personal expenses, authorities say.
Ex-adviser Daniel Spiranac, who got the funds from 11 clients, pleaded guilty to securities fraud last month in Colorado state court, according to court documents.
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