Apparently some Wall Street firms are not complying with federal regulations and saving e-mails sent by stock brokers. Firms are required to save those correspondence for three years. The National Association of Securities Dealers Regulation
is seeking those e-mails in cases involving possible conflicts of interest, according to The New York Times
. The paper reports that Salomon Smith Barney
is one firm that failed to produce the e-mails.
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