The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged two former executive vice presidents with Brean Murray with placing late trades for a number of clients, including Canary Capital.

Without admitting or denying the SEC’s findings, Ryan D. Goldberg and Michael H. Grady consented to the sanctions and cease-and-desist order imposed by the SEC.

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