ValueWalk – Why Did Regulator Have Computer Trading Code On Personal PC?

ValueWalk – Why Did Regulator Have Computer Trading Code On Personal PC?
Mark Melin writes that a 2016 SEC Office of Inspector General (OIG) report contains a little-noticed reprimand of an SEC quantitative analyst charged with improperly requesting and downloading confidential computer code to his personal computer.  This as measures in the CFTC’s pending Reg AT call for regulators to have subpoena-less access to source code used by professional traders.