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Date de publication: 5 oct. 2012
Auteur: Y B
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La Commodity Futures Trading Commission a publié un communiqué de presse dans lequel elle annonce avoir obtenu une ordonnance d'injonction permanente à l'encontre de GlobeFX Club et de Jeremy Munson pour avoir dissimulé des faits importants et avoir fait de fausses déclarations auprès de la National Futures Association lors d'une enquête et d'un audit.

Le montant de l'amende s'élève à 350 000 dollars.

Introduction :

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) obtained a federal court consent order of permanent injunction requiring defendants GlobeFX Club, Inc. (GFC) and Jeremy Munson Globe, both of Homestead, Fla., jointly and severally to pay a $350,000 civil monetary penalty for concealing material facts and making false statements or misrepresentations to the National Futures Association (NFA) during an investigation and audit.

The order, entered on October 4, 2012, by Judge Paul C. Huck of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, also imposes permanent trading and registration bans against the defendants and permanently prohibits them from violating the Commodity Exchange Act, as charged.

The consent order stems from a CFTC complaint filed on March 17, 2011 (see CFTC Press Release 6006-11, March 21, 2011). The complaint charges that from February to March 2009, GFC, through Globe, made false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements to the NFA during an NFA investigation and audit of GFC. According to the order, Globe told the NFA that GFC had never operated a pool or managed client accounts. This statement by Globe was false, the order finds. Also, in written correspondence to the NFA and orally, Globe continually denied that GFC operated a commodity pool, received client funds, managed client accounts, or had a trading account in the name of the firm, and Globe claimed GFC’s disclosure document was approved by the NFA. These statements were also false, the order finds.

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