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Securities Fraud

The SEC said Monday that New York-based Catalyst Capital Advisors and its CEO Jerry Szilagyi, 57, agreed to pay $10.5 million “for misleading investors about the management of risk in a mutual fund.”

WASHINGTON — New York-based Catalyst Capital Advisors and its CEO Jerry Szilagyi, 57, agreed to pay the SEC $10.5 million Monday “for misleading investors about the management of risk in a mutual fund.”

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