The National Theatre for Children, an acclaimed troupe of professional actors, will be touring Montana middle schools next week, giving free, educational performances about financial literacy.
More than 4 percent of investment advisers in a voluntary survey of North American investment houses reported experiencing an attempted cybersecurity incident, according to details of a report issued this month by the North American Securities Administrators Association, of which Montana is a member.
William R. Nooney, of Missoula, has received a six-year deferred sentence and must pay his victims more than $335,000 for selling securities in Montana without a license.
Convicted felon Richard Reynolds will serve 20 years in prison and was ordered to pay almost $5 million in restitution and fees for bilking more than 140 victims out of nearly $5.4 million through a massive Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors in Montana, the U.S. and four foreign countries.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen has permanently barred a New York City-based securities salesperson from operating in Montana – a move that could force the man out of the securities industry nationwide.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen has filed an action to immediately prevent a Florida man and his company from luring more Montanans into a scam that has cost one Park County woman most of her life’s savings and is the subject of federal fraud charges.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen issued an investor advisory today, cautioning Montanans to consider the risks associated with virtual currencies, like Bitcoin.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen filed a temporary cease and desist order on Wednesday against TelexFREE, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) sales program that Lindeen’s office suspects may be a pyramid scheme that has already cost Montanans $70,000.
Commissioner of Securities Monica J. Lindeen will join U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana Michael W. Cotter to announce more than $242,000 in restitution payments from the state’s Securities Restitution Assistance Fund.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen has ordered New York City-based Chelsea Financial Services to pay eight Montanans more than $260,000 after alleging that one of the firm’s salespeople made hundreds of inappropriate transactions from their investment accounts to generate commissions for himself.