For Wall Street Watchdog, All Grunt Work, Little Glory

In an office park 20 miles outside Washington, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Wall Street’s nonprofit self-regulator, has quietly built a small army of market police. Since Wall Street’s financial crisis in 2008, this fledgling fraud task force has entered the front lines of fighting insider trading, even if the group rarely earns the credit.

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