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April 6, 2020

Posted  April 6, 2020

Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. has agreed to pay $3.2 million to settle charges of willfully providing the SEC with incomplete and inaccurate securities trading information, also known as “blue sheet data,” for approximately 35 million transactions, over the course of five years.  Because the SEC uses that information to investigate insider trading and other fraudulent activity, Cantor Fitzgerald’s actions prevented the SEC from carrying out its duty to protect investors.  Cantor Fitzgerald has since retained an outside consultant and adopted new policies and procedures relating to the proper submission of blue sheet data.  SEC

Tagged in: Financial Institution Fraud, Regulatory Violations, Securities Fraud,

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