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TRENTON — An online brokerage firm accused of being a part of defrauding investors in a scam that lost about $4.5 million in trading within a two-month period has agreed to a settlement with New Jersey's Division of Consumer Affairs and the Bureau of Securities.
NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE: Interactive Brokers Agrees to Pay New Jersey Bureau of Securities $100,000 Penalty to Settle Failure to Supervise Findings
he Division of Consumer Affairs and the Bureau of Securities (“the Bureau”) announced that online brokerage Interactive Brokers, LLC (Interactive) has agreed to pay a $100,000 civil penalty and, if necessary, to revise its account opening procedures to resolve a Bureau investigation related to a financial scam perpetrated on Interactive’s online trading platform.