The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against a New York-based investment adviser for misleading investors about the management of risk in a mutual fund. CCA and its President and Chief Executive Officer, Jerry Szilagyi, agreed to pay a combined $10.5 million to settle the charges.  The SEC also filed a complaint in federal district court in Madison, Wisconsin, against Senior Portfolio Manager, Edward Walczak, for fraudulently misrepresenting how he would manage risk for the fund. CCA advises Mutual Funds and discloses $5.7bn in their most recent Form ADV. Convergence’s risk rating was and is High-Watch.

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IMDDA’S SECOND ANNUAL SURVEY ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE $95 TRILLION GLOBAL INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY REVEALS PROGRESS IN UNCOVERING HARASSMENT, BUT CHALLENGES REMAIN 

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