A recent FINRA action against a prominent and tenured Wall Street figure was startling not for any lurid details in the complaint or even allegations of especially egregious misconduct, but for what a fundamental -- and easily catchable -- mistake the regulator appears to have uncovered.
Call it the banality of compliance.
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