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Wall St mulls over registry of bankers' misdeeds

When traders or bankers leave a firm, any instances in which they've violated the firm's ethics or conduct rules would be listed on a central database


BANKERS' misdeeds would be catalogued, by name, on a private registry for hiring managers under a proposal that's gaining traction as Wall Street firms struggle to restore reputations damaged by the financial crisis and the Libor and foreign-exchange scandals.


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