WASHINGTON - John Gutfreund, former chairman and chief executive officer at Salomon Brothers, has agreed to pay a $100,000 fine to settle charges in connection with illegal trading in the government bond market, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced yesterday,

Gutfreund will also be barred for life from acting as chairman or chief executive officer of any brokerage firm or investment company as part of the settlement, the agency said.

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