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December 14, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA and ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
They were like "Siamese twins," associates would joke; the bookish Orange County treasurer and the brash Bel-Air financial adviser, an odd couple linked by a series of roller-coaster bond deals that produced high returns and even higher risks. But now the ride is over, and the relationship between Robert L. Citron and Jeff Leifer--seen as profitable by some, exclusionary by others--is drawing closer scrutiny.
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January 15, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Marketing specialists who helped package $1.13 billion in Orange County bonds agreed to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that they negligently failed to disclose the risk of the investments. The settlement by Jeffrey and David Leifer of San Francisco-based Leifer Capital Inc. is the latest enforcement action stemming from Orange County's financial collapse. The county sought bankruptcy protection in 1994 after sustaining $1.7 billion in losses.
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BUSINESS
January 15, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Marketing specialists who helped package $1.13 billion in Orange County bonds agreed to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that they negligently failed to disclose the risk of the investments. The settlement by Jeffrey and David Leifer of San Francisco-based Leifer Capital Inc. is the latest enforcement action stemming from Orange County's financial collapse. The county sought bankruptcy protection in 1994 after sustaining $1.7 billion in losses.
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December 14, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA and ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
They were like "Siamese twins," associates would joke; the bookish Orange County treasurer and the brash Bel-Air financial adviser, an odd couple linked by a series of roller-coaster bond deals that produced high returns and even higher risks. But now the ride is over, and the relationship between Robert L. Citron and Jeff Leifer--seen as profitable by some, exclusionary by others--is drawing closer scrutiny.
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