Oppenheimer has agreed to pay Michigan regulators $900,000 for failing to register 40 of its investment adviser representatives as required by state law.
Oppenheimer, which admits no wrongdoing in agreeing to pay the fines, will also send a letter of explanation to the clients who had business with the 40 advisers at some point between Oct. 1, 2009 and the end of 2015.
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