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  • American City Business Journals9 months ago

    Former Assisted Living Concepts CEO Bebo wins reprieve from $4.2M SEC penalty

    Former Assisted Living Concepts CEO Laurie Bebo won a reprieve from paying a civil penalty of $4.2 million for violating the Securities and Exchange Act. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued an order Dec. 8 granting a review of administrative law judge Cameron Elliott’s Oct. 2 decision that requires Bebo to pay the civil penalty and bars her from acting as an officer or director of any securities issuer. Elliott heard testimony in the case in Milwaukee in April and May and again in June from Bebo and other witnesses.

  • American City Business Journals9 months ago

    Grant Thornton to pay $3 million to SEC, former Milwaukee partners fined for audit failings

    Two former managing partners of Grant Thornton LLP’s Milwaukee office agreed to pay fines and were suspended from practicing before the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for “improper professional conduct” in their audit work for clients Assisted Living Concepts and Broadwind Energy. Jeff Robinson, who retired in July after four years of leading the Milwaukee office, agreed to a $2,500 penalty. Melissa Koeppel, who was Milwaukee managing partner from 2008 to 2011, agreed to pay a $10,000 penalty.

  • American City Business Journals11 months ago

    Laurie Bebo ordered to pay $4.2 million in SEC case

    Former Assisted Living Concepts Inc. CEO Laurie Bebo, who has sued the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for appointing the judges in its enforcement actions, was ordered by one of those judges to pay a civil penalty of $4.2 million for violating the Securities and Exchange Act. Administrative law judge Cameron Elliott issued the decision Friday that requires Bebo to pay the civil penalty and bars her from acting as an officer or director any securities issuer. Elliott heard testimony in the case in Milwaukee in April and May and again in June from Bebo and other witnesses.