TORONTO —
After whistleblower Edward Snowden called him out for his previous involvement in a multi-million dollar scheme, a Toronto-based investor and public speaker who’s run into trouble with securities regulators says he’s been open about his mistakes and has “worked hard to move on.”

Sunil Tulsiani, a former police officer who now calls himself a “wealth-making guru,” is the founder of the Private Investment Club (PIC). It’s a club that currently holds conferences and networking events about investing and entrepreneurship and calls itself the “largest elite real estate investment club in North America.”​

During his appearance as a guest at a PIC conference held over Zoom on April 24, Snowden turned the tables on Tulsiani.

“It’s very unusual that you booked me for this conference because, you know, as a whistleblower, it’s my obligation I think personally and professionally to ask, is this you?” Snowden said, before…

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