A U.S. District Court in Indiana entered a permanent injunction against several defendants charged by the SEC over their alleged involvement in a $32 million prime bank scheme. They were also ordered to pay $14 million in disgorgement, plus other sanctions
The SEC issued a release saying these defendants, including First National Equity LLC, P.K. Trust & Holding Inc., Worldwide T&P Inc. and several individuals, had raised approximately $32 million using while using misrepresenting and omissions to sell interests in a purported system to trade of various financial instruments, including notes.
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