Tokyo prosecutors plan to indict SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. for alleged market manipulation, according to the Nikkei newspaper, in what’s set to be a blow to one of Japan’s biggest brokerages and its second-largest megabank.
The prosecutors determined employees weren’t sufficiently supervised despite having conducted allegedly illegal trades repeatedly, the newspaper reported, citing several people that it didn’t identify.
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