The Securities and Exchange Commission has upheld an administrative judge’s ruling that a mutual fund trader must pay more than $200,000 in penalties for accepting gifts from broker-dealers to steer trades their way.
The regulator didn’t buy the trader’s excuse that the mutual funds weren’t harmed.
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