Settlement in off-channel communications carries $12m fine

Oppenheimer’s supervisors, who were responsible for supervising junior employees, routinely communicated off-channel using their personal devices. In fact, senior management, managing directors, and other Oppenheimer employees across the firm responsible for supervising junior employees themselves failed to comply with Oppenheimer’s policies by communicating using non-Oppenheimer approved methods on their personal devices

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