The SEC says the firm ignored red flags in its auditing of Weatherford International despite designating the client as "particularly risky."
Forcerank's stock-rating games were not a "skill-based contest" but security-based swap offerings subject to Dodd-Frank's rules, the SEC says.
The SEC fines the bank $9 million for failing to prevent improper communications between analysts and customers.
Critics of the consumer protection agency welcomed the decision but the D.C. Circuit stopped short of shutting it down.
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The bank allegedly misrepresented it had attracted $7.6 billion in new wealth management business to meet performance targets.
The hospital chain allegedly obtained $145 million in Medicaid and Medicare funds by paying an operator of prenatal clinics for referrals.
The watchdog says the Obama administration violated the ACA by allocating all the fees to insurers and none to the Treasury Department.
The hedge fund allegedly "positioned itself to profit" from endemic corruption in Africa by bribing government officials.