OSC seeks ban on ex-CFL player convicted of defrauding clients

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The Ontario Securities Commission is seeking to ban a former Hamilton Tiger Cat linebacker from working in the securities industry after he was twice convicted of defrauding his clients. Mark Allen Dennis, who played for the Tiger Cats in the early 1990s and later became a financial adviser, was sentenced to 37 months in prison earlier this year for a $5-million fraud involving former clients. At the time of his sentencing, he was serving a two-year sentence for stealing $300,000 from a widowed client.

By: Janet McFarland
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