In a move to stop Massachusetts Secretary of State William F. Galvin from subpoenaing documents, MassMutual Financial Group has disclosed the termination letter detailing the behavior that led to the sudden departure of former CEO Robert J. O'Connell, The Boston Globe reports.

According to the document, O'Connell engaged in eight offenses, including making unauthorized trading in a supplemental compensation account; buying a Marco Island, Fla. company-built condominium at below-market prices; caused the company to make a false statement about that sale to the California Department of Insurance.

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