The SEC says the hackers generated $3 million in illicit profits by stealing nonpublic information from law firms' computer networks.
Due diligence vendors described some of the loans underlying the securities as having the “distinct aroma of default.”
The CFTC orders the investment bank to pay up in response to charges that traders deliberately influenced a U.S. global dollar benchmark.
Petrochemical company Braskem, its parent Obebrecht, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries will pay a combined $4 billion.
The SEC says the traders made at least 23,000 coordinated trades to manipulate the prices of more than 2,000 stocks.
The SEC says Jonathan Ly made $350,000 in illicit profits by trading on nonpublic information he obtained from Expedia's computers and email accounts.
U.S. authorities say an Ally subsidiary marketed mortgage bonds even though it knew a "significant percentage" of the underlying subprime loans was…
Patrick Carter allegedly misappropriated about half of the more than $30 million that his firm raised from investors between 2009 and 2014.
The defendants “illegally converted Valeant shareholder money into their own personal nest eggs," a federal prosecutor alleges.
EZTD promoted binary options trading over the internet as "highly profitable" but the SEC says 81% of the firm's U.S. customers failed to make a…