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SEC Pursuing MBS Traders Despite Prosecutors' Early Flop

By Carmen Germaine (May 16, 2017, 10:58 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's civil case against two former traders alleging they lied to customers about prices for mortgage-backed securities is the second such case the agency has brought in two weeks, a sign it is forging ahead on bond cases while federal prosecutors hesitate in the wake of a significant criminal trial loss.

The SEC on Monday charged a pair of former Nomura Securities International Inc. head traders with lying to customers about the prices of commercial mortgage-backed securities when negotiating trades on the secondary market.

The charges came just two weeks after the agency reached a settlement...

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