SEC charges ICP Asset Management

NEW YORK – The SEC has filed civil charges against Thomas Priore, owner and president of ICP Asset Management. The claims cover fraudulently managed investment products relating to mortgages at the height of the mortgage crisis in 2007.

It is claimed Priore and ICP cost investors tens of millions of dollars by fraudulently managing securities. Both are accused of directing more than a billion dollars of trades at what they knew to be inflated prices. In some cases, the SEC alleges Priore and ICP

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