Tagged: Arkansas Securities Department

Hannover House Owes Millions, Seeks New Investors

Hannover House Owes Millions, Seeks New Investors

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A Fayetteville penny-stock film distributor dealing with millions in legal judgments and a state securities fraud finding is framing a comeback story: trying to raise $8 million to launch a video streaming service. read more >

Merchant Cash Advances Draw Fire

Merchant Cash Advances Draw Fire

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Desperate businesses that turned to merchant cash advance companies for rescue found their lifeline shackled to high interest rates, hidden fees and long-term debt, several lawsuits claim. read more >

SEC, Labor Seek Compromise on Fiduciary Duties

SEC, Labor Seek Compromise on Fiduciary Duties

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Bill Sowell, a registered investment adviser in North Little Rock, embraces a legal obligation to put clients’ financial interests first. And he’s frustrated that the requirement doesn’t apply to everyone across the investing industry. read more >

Are You My Fiduciary?

Are You My Fiduciary?

Andy Terry is a professor of finance in the School of Business at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He’s also a chartered financial analyst and a registered investment adviser, and a friend’s infuriating experience has prompted him to expand that part of his professional life. read more >