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302 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: 317.232.6681 OR
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Securities, Franchises, Broker-Dealers and Securities Registration related:
Patrick Sanders, Attorney
Loan Broker related:
Nancy Musgrave, Compliance Officer Supervisor
Investment Adviser related:
Doreen Fuery, Senior Accountant
Prosecution Assistance Unit related:
Rachel Gallagher, PAU Attorney
Matthew Kestian, PAU Attorney
Judy Smith, Enforcement Coordinator
Collection Agencies related:
Carol Anderson, Compliance Officer
Investor Education and Indiana MoneyWise:
One of the most effective forms of investor protection is investor education. Through the Indiana MoneyWise program, the Indiana Secretary of State's office offers FREE educational workshops and presentations to individuals and groups throughout the state. The program is not funded by taxpayer dollars, but rather by money collected from settlements in securities fraud cases litigated by the Secretary of State's Securities Division. Potential topics include: profile of a fraudster, fraud aimed at seniors, tips to avoid falling victim, and general money management tips (i.e. budgeting, credit card smarts, etc). If you would like to request a presentation or have our office present at an information fair or expo, please contact Kelly Griese at kgriese@sos.IN.gov or 317-233-3985 with the following information: