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  • Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Charged With Misleading Investors About Forex Trading Program

    Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Charged With Misleading Investors About Forex Trading Program






    January 25, 2017


    Washington, DC - - (January 24, 2017) - - The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Citigroup Global Markets have agreed to pay more than $2.96 million apiece to settle charges that they made false and misleading statements about a foreign exchange trading program they sold to investors.

    According to the SEC’s orders, Citigroup held a 49 percent ownership interest in Morgan Stanley Smith Barney at the time, and registered representatives at both firms were pitching a foreign exchange trading program known as “CitiFX Alpha” to Morgan Stanley customers from August 2010 to July 2011. The SEC’s orders find that their written and verbal presentations were based on the program’s past performance and risk metrics, and they failed to adequately disclose
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    Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Charged With Misleading Investors About Forex Trading Program
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    Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Charged With Misleading Investors About Forex Trading Program






    January 25, 2017


    Washington, DC - - (January 24, 2017) - - The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Citigroup Global Markets have agreed to pay more than $2.96 million apiece to settle charges that they made false and misleading statements about a foreign exchange trading program they sold to investors.

    According to the SEC’s orders, Citigroup held a 49 percent ownership interest in Morgan Stanley Smith Barney at the time, and registered representatives at both firms were pitching a foreign exchange trading program known as “CitiFX Alpha” to Morgan Stanley customers from August 2010 to July 2011. The SEC’s orders find that their written and verbal presentations were based on the program’s past performance and risk metrics, and they failed to adequately disclose
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    01-25-2017, 08:16 PM

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