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Securities Fraud: Detection, Prevention and Control Hardcover – November 9, 2010

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Louis Straney received his first general and principal's securities licenses in 1980. He spent the next 24 years in senior management positions for Wall Street firms. He had extensive experience in all aspects of supervising institutional and private client accounts. His responsibilities also included the professional development of financial consultants and branch managers. After his retirement in 2004, he spent the next three years conducting risk management research and curriculum development at a leading business school. He has been engaged by Plaintiff and Defendant counsel in approximately two hundred cases, requiring personal testimony and expert analysis.

Along with his consulting services, Louis is a published writer and contributor to journals such as the Public Investor Arbitration Bar Association Law Journal and the Chinese edition of CFO Magazine. He has been interviewed for articles in the New York Times and AARP Magazine. His text on securities fraud was chosen by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) as the primary topical resource for training and certifying their examiners in this area. Among other things, Louis' current research projects include; structured products, regulatory reform, fiduciary duty, Canadian securities regulation, pre-20th century Ponzi Schemes, and regional securities exchanges such as the Havana Stock Exchange. Louis is a lecturer for the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Ontario Securities Commission's examiner's training programs. He is also active in collaborative efforts with several Canadian securities regulatory authorities and investigative agencies. Louis was formerly with the U. S. Department of Justice (FBI) in Washington DC and an U.S Army Infantry officer. Louis lives in northern New Mexico.

Cases and examples cited in this text will be regularly updated on the author's web site,

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