Prudential Securities will pay $600 million to settle government allegations that former brokers and a branch manager in Boston helped investors rapidly trade mutual fund shares.

Prudential Securities, now known as Prudential Equity Group, entered into separate settlements with the Department of Justice, The Securities and Exchange Commission, the New York Attorney General's Office, New York Stock Exchange, the New Jersey Bureau of Securities and the Massachusetts Securities Division to resolve charges relating to misconduct.

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