The campaign for the Fresno Unified School District Measure Q bond – the source of funding for projects including the Phillip J. Patiño School of Entrepreneurship pictured – is among many in the Valley that got financial advice from Keygent LLC. That’s the firm that was penalized by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for deceptive practices.
The campaign for the Fresno Unified School District Measure Q bond – the source of funding for projects including the Phillip J. Patiño School of Entrepreneurship pictured – is among many in the Valley that got financial advice from Keygent LLC. That’s the firm that was penalized by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for deceptive practices. Fresno Bee file
The campaign for the Fresno Unified School District Measure Q bond – the source of funding for projects including the Phillip J. Patiño School of Entrepreneurship pictured – is among many in the Valley that got financial advice from Keygent LLC. That’s the firm that was penalized by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for deceptive practices. Fresno Bee file

Advisory firm penalized by feds donated to Valley school bond campaigns

June 14, 2016 06:19 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2016 12:15 PM

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