CFA Institute settles hiring disputeBY DARREN SNYDER | WEDNESDAY, 27 FEB 2019 12:43PM
The CFA Institute will pay a fine of US$321,000 after reaching a settlement with the US Department of Justice over the practice of hiring temporary overseas exam graders.
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