‘Money Guys’ successor barred by Maryland Attorney General’s Office

The Maryland Attorney General's Office has barred the successor to the "Money Guys" from doing business in the state because of numerous securities violations, including engaging in "dishonest and unethical practices."

Perry C. Santillo Jr. and his associated businesses — High Point Insurance Solutions and High Point Wealth Management — acquired Everest Wealth Management and Everest Investment Advisors last year after those firms and founder Philip Rousseaux were barred by the Attorney General's…

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