Regulators do not need to show bad faith when sanctioning someone for unethical conduct, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.

The decision came in a case involving an investment banker who disclosed a client’s confidential information, and required the circuit to interpret a New York Stock Exchange rule that subjects members to discipline for engaging in “conduct or proceeding inconsistent with just and equitable principles of trade.”

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