Spitzer says Wall Street firms still on the hook

Regulatory update

BOSTON – New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer, a key architect of the $1 billion global settlement reached in May between US regulators, prosecutors and 10 Wall Street firms, warns of much harsher penalties for any organisation that strays from the terms of the settlement.

Speaking at the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association’s (PRMIA) 2003 Americas Summit on June 9, in Boston, Spitzer acknowledged that fines and structural changes – the settlement separates research and

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