Edward Jones will pay $7.5 million to California to settle claims that it failed to disclose its revenue-sharing policies to investors. Although it earlier denied the attorney general’s charges, in settling, the firm neither admitted to nor denied the allegations.

 

“We are pleased that we were able to negotiate a settlement with the California attorney general and put the issue of revenue-sharing disclosure behind us,” said Jim Weddle, a managing partner with Edward Jones.

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