Han Lin, a non-member of the New York Mercantile Exchange, agreed to disgorge profits of almost US $3 million for allegedly violating spot month position limits in copper futures after the close of business on one day – November 26, 2014 – which he liquidated the following business day. Mr. Lin also agreed to pay a fine of US $65,000 to resolve the disciplinary action brought by NYMEX. Separately, Toronto-Dominion Bank, also a NYMEX non-member, agreed to pay a fine of US $15,000 to resolve a disciplinary action claiming that, on October 23, 2014, it entered into one exchange for related position transaction which did not involve the bona fide transfer of a related position. Finally, two other NYMEX non-members, Eric Mlak and Cornerstone Futures LLC, agreed to settle charges related to their alleged execution of block trades for customers on multiple occasions that were not reported to the exchange within required time periods. Cornerstone was also charged with not initially reporting accurate trade details related to the block trades to NYMEX. To resolve these matters, Mr. Mlak agreed to a three-month trading suspension for any CME Group-traded product, while Cornerstone agreed to pay a fine of US $50,000.