New York watchdog Andrew Cuomo has nabbed another firm for allegedly bartering investment deals with the state pension funds without a required securities license.
This time, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, a national law firm, will be forced to pay a $550,000 fine for its previous actions dating back to 2004.
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