I have always played down the issue of CCO liability and prosecutions. I dismiss these concerns often because the reporting of CCO prosecutions are usually exaggerated and meant to instill fear in compliance professionals. In my simplistic approach, I have followed the general rule of thumb – if you do something wrong, you pay the price. In a number of cases involving compliance officer prosecutions,...
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