Wall Street’s top cop has charged the general counsel of a Texas-oil and gas company with violating a bevy of securities laws, including dropping almost $40,000 of company funds in a four-day period in 2014 at a Dallas gentlemen’s club.
Jeremy Wagers, general counsel chief operating officer of Breitling Energy Corp, faces charges that he violated anti-fraud and reporting provisions of the Exchange Act, including that he signed public filings “replete” with misrepresentations and omissions on material financial issues.
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