Guest Host: Steve Roberts

Ten Wall Street firms settled government charges of wide spread investor abuse this week. The agreement calls for a $1.4 billion payment and industry reforms. A panel discusses the implications of the agreement for individual investors and the culture of Wall Street.

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  • Barbara Roper director of Investor Protection, Consumer Federation of America
  • Scott Cleland chief executive of The Precursor Group
  • Marc Lackritz president of Securities Industry Association

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