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JUN 16, 2014 - Boston Herald

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Paradigm Capital, owner Weir paying $2.2M in case

WASHINGTON — A hedge fund and its owner will pay $2.2 million to settle federal charges that the trades they made set up a conflict of interest and that they retaliated against an employee who reported the conduct to U.S. regulators.The Securities and Exchange Commission announced the settlement Monday with Paradigm Capital Management of Albany, New York, and its owner, Candace King Weir. The SEC says it's the agency's first anti-retaliation case to protect a whistleblower under new authority granted by the 2011 financial overhaul law.

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