UBS has been accused of “dishonest and unethical business activities” by Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William F. Galvin for giving hedge fund managers perks in order to get their lucrative trading business, according to The Boston Globe.

UBS Securities gave investment managers office space at discounted rents, a personal line of credit, tickets to sporting events and other perks, Galvin charged in an administrative complaint this week.

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