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At a hearing Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Loretta A. Preska in Manhattan also ordered McKeever to pay a
McKeever pleaded guilty to conspiracy in January.
Prosecutors had described him as a former registered representative at the brokerage firm, but McKeever described himself in January as a one-time compliance officer at its Hoboken, N.J., office.
McKeever is one of 13 people who have pleaded guilty to criminal charges in two separate schemes to use inside information to make improper trades ahead of public announcements of stock recommendations by UBS analysts and ahead of news of pending mergers and acquisitions in which
In October, Randi E. Collotta, a one-time
In December, Marc Jurman, a
In February, Paul Risoli, a former registered representative at
Earlier this month,
Prosecutors had alleged that McKeever and
The government had alleged the men agreed to conceal an insider-trading scheme by
Glass agreed at the time to pay a total of about
McKeever was originally charged in
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