The Securities and Exchange Commission charged the co-founder of institutional money manager AXA Rosenberg with securities fraud for concealing an error in the computer code that helped the company manage risk for its customers and itself.
The SEC charged that former chairman Barr M. Rosenberg learned of the error in June 2009 but directed others to keep quiet about it and not fix it immediately.
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