CBOE faces SEC fine to resolve self-policing concerns

05/8/2013 | Reuters

CBOE Holdings said Tuesday in regulatory filings that the Securities and Exchange Commission might fine it as much as $10 million to settle the agency's investigation of the exchange operator's self-policing ability. The SEC is concerned about CBOE's front-line oversight of OptionsXpress, which is now a Charles Schwab unit.

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