SEC Fines Ernst & Young $4 Million For Improper Advocacy
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reached a $4.07 million settlement with Big 4 auditor Ernst & Young for improper advocacy relating to the political activities of one of its subsidiaries. The fine includes the disgorgement of $1.24 million, $2.48 million in penalties, and pre-judgement interest, the regulator announced today.
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