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As it turns out, John Mack Is Not Immune to SEC Investigations

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The SEC plans to take Morgan Stanley chief John Mack’s deposition in its inquiry into claims of insider trading at Pequot Capital, according to CNBC’s Charlie Gasparino. Former SEC investigator Gary Aguirre has alleged—repeatedly and under oath—that he was fired after he attempt to subpoena Mack during his investigation of Pequot’s trading. Mack was briefly chairman of Pequot Capital before he returned to Morgan Stanley last year.

Mack to testify to the SEC