Regulators have piled on Merrill Lynch, hitting the wirehouse with a total of $430 million in sanctions from the SEC and FINRA for securities infractions.
In the largest of several actions reported by regulators this week, the SEC says that Merrill Lynch admitted to misusing clients' cash while failing to safeguard their securities, and agreed to pay $415 million.
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