A Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decision became final in which the firm was fined $700,000, and Bruce Meyers was barred from association with any FINRA member in any principal or supervisory capacity and fined $100,000. The SEC sustained the findings and the sanctions imposed by the National Adjudicatory Council (NAC). The sanctions were based on findings that the firm and Bruce Meyers used unbalanced and misleading communications with the public.
Connecticut Post, 12 April 2012
Years before the financial collapse of 2008, Greenwich writer-director Kristina Leigh Copeland was digging into Wall Street irregularities that she believed could have a devastating impact on the economy.
Along the way, however, her fictional screenplay, “Blue Chip,” evolved into the new documentary “Wall Street Conspiracy,” which Copeland sees as the first in a series of muckraking nonfiction movies about issues with global impact.