WASHINGTON — The SEC’s chief administrative law judge has dismissed securities fraud charges the commission filed against two UBS Financial Services, Inc. of Puerto Rico executives for allegedly misleading mutual fund investors.

Brenda P. Murray ruled in an initial decision Tuesday that the SEC failed to adequately prove its case against Miguel Ferrer, chairman of the firm, and Carlos Ortiz, head of its capital markets trading desk.

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