Suit Accuses Franklin Resources Billionaire of Defrauding Investor’s Heir

Anthony P. Miele III contends that Charles B. Johnson, who built Franklin Resources into a mutual fund giant, helped conceal the existence of shares left to him by his father that are now worth $130 million.

Anthony P. Miele III contends that Charles B. Johnson, who built Franklin Resources into a mutual fund giant, helped conceal the existence of shares left to him by his father that are now worth $130 million.

Source:: Suit Accuses Franklin Resources Billionaire of Defrauding Investor’s Heir

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