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Reading the tea leaves of the Market Integrity and Consumer Fraud Task Force

Jaclyn Jaeger | August 8, 2018

Compliance, risk, and legal professionals that are not already familiar with the new Task Force on Market Integrity and Consumer Fraud should get up to speed, and fast.

The striking scope of the entity’s powers alone is significant. A presidential executive order, issued July 11, mandates that it should “provide guidance for the investigation and prosecution of cases involving fraud on the government, the financial markets, and consumers—including cyber-fraud and other fraud targeting the elderly, service members, and veterans, and other members of the public; procurement and grant fraud; securities and commodities fraud, as well as other corporate fraud, with particular attention to fraud affecting the general public; digital currency fraud; money laundering, including the recovery of proceeds; health care fraud; tax fraud; and other financial crimes.”

The variety of federal agencies and...

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