Staying out of trouble with the SEC: Tips for the brokerage firm
Business and Securities Law
, March 1999
Over four years ago, the Securities Exchange Commission ("SEC") caused considerable consternation within the management ranks of some of the nation's largest brokerage firms when, through a series of high profile cases, it began to dramatically increase the number of administrative actions and sanctions against brokerage firm supervisors and managers.
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