SEC and CFTC charges 1Broker for violating U.S. securities law
September 28, 2018, 9:49AM EDT
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The two government agencies charged 1Broker, along with its CEO Patrick Brunner, for selling security-based swaps to U.S. and international investors without meeting the "discretionary investment thresholds required by the federal securities laws." Furthermore, the SEC claims that 1Broker failed to "transact its security-based swaps on a registered national exchange, and failed to properly register as a security-based swaps dealer."
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