Three former partners at KPMG LLP agreed Monday to temporary suspensions from public accounting roles over cheating on training exams, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.

The settlement is the latest fallout from an earlier SEC ethics probe that resulted in KPMG paying a $50 million civil penalty to resolve. The case involved senior KPMG employees who were accused of using confidential regulatory information to better prepare for oversight examinations and other auditors who allegedly cheated to pass continuing-education…

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