• Federal agency accuses Wall Street employee of altering competing job offer to successfully obtain a $28,000 raise

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Congress is considering banning its members - and their family members - from trading stocks. Kolderal via Getty Images
    The Federal Reserve Board accused a worker of altering a competing job offer to get a raise.
    The agency said the worker must notify all future banks he might work for of the incident.
    Two experts told Insider that exaggerating to get a job or raise can carry serious consequences.
    A federal regulatory agency accused Wall Street worker Orlando Romero of altering the base salary of a competing job offer in order to boost his pay. According to the Federal Reserve Board...
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