The Securities and Exchange Commission has fined a former trader at Morgan Stanley $150,000 and barred him from the securities industry for two years after he fooled its risk management system with bogus equity swap deals.

Morgan Stanley lost more than $24 million as a result of the trader violating SEC regulations which prohibit fraudulent conduct with the purchase or sale of securities or security-based swap transactions, said the SEC.

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