HELENA, MT – Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica J. Lindeen will host a series of event screenings of a made-in-Montana documentary highlighting investment fraud in the state, part of …
March 3 is the birthday of Charles Ponzi, the pioneer of the con that defrauded investors out of millions of dollars in the 1920s. Ponzi Schemes continue to resurface around the world and in Montana.
Montana business owners have a new way to raise capital – through equity crowdfunding – now overseen by the Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen.
Middle school students across Montana will learn valuable financial literacy skills this week as an award-winning children’s theater troupe tours Montana at the invitation of Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen.
State Auditor Monica J. Lindeen today announced the appointment of Andrew Posewitz as her Deputy State Auditor.
A Missoula man accused of running an investment scheme regarding a bogus cowboy documentary – and a made-up Montana breast cancer charity – has been temporarily restrained from soliciting any new investments as his case is further investigated.
A New York City-based financial services firm and one of its executives have paid more than $175,000 in restitution and fines to resolve an action brought by Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen after two Montana investors lost more than $100,000 through an illegal scheme run by one of the company’s employees.
With approximately one in four Montanans aged 60 or over, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen urged Montanans to take the reins of their own retirement planning during National Retirement Planning Week, which runs through Friday.
Montana start-up businesses will be able to raise money through “crowdfunding” if a bill promoted by Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen becomes law.
A Helena judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a Great Falls man alleged to have operated a foreign currency scheme that involves more than 400 people across the U.S. and Canada – including nearly 200 in Montana.