Titan Global Capital Management, an investment advisory firm, has been charged by the SEC for violations of securities laws, including misrepresenting potential investment performance, making misleading disclosures pertaining to crypto custody, failing to impose limits on employees’ crypto trades, and more.
Titan advertised “annualized” performance results of up to 2,700% on its Titan Crypto trading strategy, which the SEC says was misleading because it failed to include material information about how the performance was calculated. Titan had based the calculation on three weeks of performance, assuming it would continue for a full year.
Titan has agreed to a cease-and-desist order, censure, and over a million in disgorgement and penalties.
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