Interactive Brokers agreed to pay civil penalties of $700,000 to settle a case involving inaccurate reporting on futures transactions involving large trading firms.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission said the futures commission merchant based in Greenwich, Conn., failed to properly supervise the reporting of activity in accounts of large traders.
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