According to the Commission’s order instituting proceedings, from at least January 2005 through July 2009, Janney’s policies and procedures for its Equity Capital Markets division, which encompassed its equity sales, trading, syndicate and research departments, were deficient in a number of ways. In some instances, Janney did not enforce its policies and procedures and in others, it failed to follow them as written, creating the risk that material, nonpublic information could be used for insider trading.
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