Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. agreed to pay a fine of US $ 1.1 million to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority to resolve charges that, from 2014 to 2016, the firm failed to fully comply with its trade reporting obligations for secondary market transactions in eligible fixed income securities under its Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine requirements. FINRA also claimed that Deutsche Bank’s supervisory system was inadequate regarding its TRACE obligations during the relevant time. Deutsche Bank also agreed to undertake corrective actions to avoid future issues and to identify all persons, including current titles, responsible for ensuring compliance with TRACE reporting requirements. Identified persons must include relevant senior management, business and compliance personnel.