Compliance Officer Latest to Settle AML Charges in Aegis Capital Case

The SEC wants anti-money laundering rules followed - and will go after both firms and individuals at firms that it believes violate those rules. A compliance officer at a dually-registered adviser and broker-dealer learned this the hard way earlier this month after he allegedly failed to file Suspicious Activity Reports on hundreds of transactions.
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