In enforcement actions that point to the increased scrutiny on chief compliance officers, regulators have gone after two officers in very different cases involving investment fraud.
In one case, the compliance officer didn’t do anything, including not implementing a compliance program; while in the second, the compliance officer was accused of actually taking part in the fraud.
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