The Securities and Exchange Commission censured the American Stock Exchange last week, along with the exchange’s former chairman and chief executive, for failing to enforce securities laws and maintain proper records.
The SEC issued a cease-and-desist order against the exchange, saying that it failed to properly watch for violations of order-handling rules by its members, along with failing to keep and provide surveillance and other records from 1999 through mid-2004.
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