Four years after securities regulators sued five former brokers at Prudential Securities for extensive improper mutual fund trading, Justin Ficken, never considered the most notorious trader in the scandal, is facing the largest monetary penalty out of everyone, according to the Newark Star-Ledger.

A federal judge in Boston last month ordered Ficken to pay $872,647, a lot more money than what the other traders have been required to shell out thus far.

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