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11 Jan, 2021 07:32 PM4 minutes to read

A judge says Pegasus Markets’ offending risked undermining NZ’s financial markets regime and reputation. Photo / Greg Bowker

A stockbroking and trading firm has been fined $200,000 for what a judge described as “deliberate and blatant” lies involving New Zealand’s Financial Service Providers Register.

In what is just one of a handful such
prosecutions in the country, Pegasus Markets Ltd was charged by the Financial Markets…

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