Internal strife at the Securities and Exchange Commission tanked a proposed settlement between the SEC and Michael Byrd, the former CFO of Brocade Communications.

Upset that a million-dollar deal proposed by the commission’s enforcement division wouldn’t have barred Byrd from being an accountant at other public companies, the SEC’s accounting division effectively scuttled the agreement, said lawyers briefed on the case.

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