The Financial Services Authority has fined a former executive from Toronto Dominion Bank $1.2 million for intentionally mispricing trading positions in credit derivatives to cover his losses and banned him from working in the financial services industry.

According to the UK securities watchdog, Nabeel Naqui, former head of the European and Asia-Pacific credit products group at TD, tried to cover up his losses on trading credit default and other contracts.

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