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Texas Securities Commissioner John Morgan on May 23 entered a Consent Order against Post Oak Investment Management Inc. , a Houston investment adviser.
Post Oak Investment Management paid a $1,000 fine and was reprimanded for violating the State Securities Board’s “custody rule,” which...
If you are receiving regular payments from your pension, keep an eye out for sales pitches that ask you to trade the stability of those payments for the opportunity to make a quick buck.
The come-on will probably be as subtle as a used-car ad: Are you earning a pension from your former...
Derek A. Nelson ’s Garland-based real-estate investment program promised huge profits, with little risk, from the business of buying and renovating distressed properties.
Distress, yes: Investors poured approximately $37 million into the promissory notes Nelson sold to purportedly fund...
Texas Securities Commissioner John Morgan on March 30 entered an Emergency Cease and Desist Order requiring David Del Castillo of Austin to stop offering for sale investments in a foreign exchange trading operation.
Del Castillo promoted his supposed expertise in forex trading –...
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The State Securities Board is responsible for administering and enforcing the Texas Securities Act. The mission of the State Securities Board is to protect Texas investors. Consistent with that purpose, the Agency seeks to ensure a free and competitive securities market for Texas, increase investor confidence, and thereby encourage the formation of capital and the creation of new jobs in Texas.