Sweden's Economic Crime Authority is carrying out a search at Swedbank's head office in relation to an ongoing investigation into whether the bank breached insider trading regulations, the authority.. Reuters - Published
According to Gizmodo.com, Gene Levoff, a former Vice President of Corporate Law at Apple, was charged with insider trading on Wednesday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Levoff, who was..
According to Reuters, fears about CEO Elon Musk's future are sinking Tesla. Shares plunged up to 13% this week, after U.S. securities regulators accused Musk of fraud. The 47-year-old entrepreneur is..
Rajat Gupta, one of the most prominent members of the global financial elite until he was convicted of insider trading in 2012, has revealed he was kept in solitary confinement for weeks during his.. Reuters - Published
A former hedge fund manager who also worked as a pastor was sentenced on Thursday to five years in prison after being convicted of insider trading on non-public corporate press releases stolen by.. Reuters - Published
Steven Cohen (pictured with wife Alexandra Garcia), was banned from looking after investors’ money for two years in the US following a criminal probe which saw several of his lieutenants jailed. MailOnline - Published
One of three new board members nominated by Brazil's government to sit on the board of state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA was fined in 2016 by securities regulator CVM for insider trading,.. Reuters - Published
Carsten Kengeter is to pay £4.3m to settle insider trading charges. He was accused of wrongly buying shares in Deutsche Borse days before a doomed plan to merge with the LSE was made public. MailOnline - Published
The Frankfurt prosecutor's office has dropped an insider trading case against former Deutsche Boerse Chief Executive Carsten Kengeter in exchange for payments of almost 5 million euros ($5.68 million). Reuters - Published
Ma Jian, once a vice minister at China's Ministry of State Security, was yesterday sentenced to life in prison for taking bribes, 'coercive' business deals and insider trading. MailOnline - Published Also reported by •Reuters
A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the insider trading conviction and five-year prison sentence of famed Las Vegas sports gambler William "Billy" Walters, even as it chastised an FBI agent for.. Reuters - Published