South Dakota Ponzi Scheme That Touched Edward Jones Is Now On The Radar Of FBI Agents, Securities Lawyers Hot

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Granted, when Edward Jones management found out that two of its South Dakota reps were engaged in an alleged $100 million Ponzi scheme, it fired them fast

 

But nobody knows whether the firm would have spotted the reps shifting client assets off the Edward Jones platform and into the scheme if its network of solo and two-advisor shops wasn't so diffuse and hard to police.

 

Spending just one business day a year with each of the firm's 12,000 reps would keep about 50 compliance officers on the road constantly.

 

Of course, strict and proactive compliance is possible even in this kind of business model, and that's exactly what Edward Jones did when they found out that their reps were selling those accounts away.

 

But with the feds taking a direct interest in the case, the securities lawyers are circling with investigations of their own.

 

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