FINRA fined Deutsche Bank $6 million for submitting inaccurate and late data reports to regulators, making it the largest fine that FINRA has dished out for that violation, according to a spokeswoman.
Failures in reporting systems led Deutsche Bank to file data reports that misreported or omitted critical information on more than one million trades, according to FINRA.
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