Raymond James & Associates agreed to pay almost $6 million to settle charges from Vermont financial regulators that investments related to a ski resort violated state laws, making it the latest penalty to hit the fast growing brokerage.

The charges are connected to Jay Peak, a ski resort in northern Vermont, which is at the center of allegations by the SEC that two businessmen misused about $200 million of $350 million of investor funds.

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