SEC Fines Piper Capital $2 Million for Fraud

Ferris, Craig T
December 2000
Bond Buyer;12/04/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31029, p39
Trade Publication
Reports the 2 million dollars fine penalty given to the Piper Capital Management Inc. for violating the fraud laws of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington. Details on the SEC charges; Termination of the company operation as a financial adviser; Number of investors participating in the lawsuit.


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