NFA Suspends Georgia CPO, CTA

Jan 23 2007 | 9:31am ET

The National Futures Association has suspended Roswell, Ga.-based Renaissance Asset Management, a CPO and CTA, and William Stacy Wilkinson, one of the firm's principals.
      
The NFA suspended Renaissance and Wilkinson for acting as a CPO without being properly registered under the Commodity Exchange Act. Renaissance and Wilkinson also allegedly provided fraudulent information to their investors and the NFA.
      
The suspension will remain in effect until NFA is satisfied that Renaissance is in complete compliance with all NFA requirements, according to the agency.


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