Korea Regulator Plans Erroneous Trading Fines

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission plans to impose sanctions in the form of fee assessments against parties involved in erroneous trading orders.

  • 30 Jan 2014

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission plans to impose sanctions in the form of fee assessments against parties involved in erroneous trading orders.

This follows the recent near collapse of local derivatives broker HanMag Securities, which suffered a loss of about KRW46.2 billion in December after entering thousands of erroneous ...

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