Barclays agreed to a $15 million settlement with the SEC for not strengthening its compliance system enough after the purchase of Lehman Brothers' wealth advisory business.
Among Barclays compliance failures, the regulator charged, were unauthorized and improperly disclosed transactions with client accounts, mismatching commissions and fees disclosures, and underreporting assets under management.
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