US CFTC charges investment adviser with $3 million fraud

US CFTC charges investment adviser with $3 million fraud


The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) filed a civil complaint on September 8 against registered investment adviser Jeffrey Liskov and his company EagleEye Asset Management (EEAM), charging both with committing a multimillion-dollar fraud as part of a wave of prosecutions following the introduction of new foreign exchange regulations in October 2010.

Liskov and EEAM – both of Plymouth, Massachusetts – have been accused of cheating and defrauding at least one client out of more than

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