Take a woman. Put her in a relatively low-level Wall Street job. Put her in a position where she's more likely to fail than succeed. Put her in situations where she either follows orders or else. Then enlist an industry regulator to pretend that everything this vulnerable woman did was on her own volition. After you've blindfolded justice and stuffed her ears, impose sanctions on this same woman in the guise of Wall Street regulation. Despicable. Shameful. Then again, it's how things work on the Street. Certainly, it's part of FINRA's tawdry record of failing to confront sexism, racism, and discrimination/harassment in the industry.