In the latest example of regulators’ growing tendency to focus on compliance officers, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused two former COs of aiding and abetting anti-money laundering violations at New York brokerage firm Aegis Capital Corp.

The SEC last week also cited the company and its CEO in cease and desist orders, while Aegis agreed to hire an independent compliance consultant to oversee reforms.

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