Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, now a unit of Bank of America, will pay $10 million to settle charges that it misused customer order information for its own proprietary trading in securities.
The Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday charged Merrill Lynch with securities fraud for the manner in which it used customer order information to place proprietary trades for the firm and for charging customers undisclosed trading fees.
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