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The SEC alleged two Citigroup affiliates duped investors by claiming that hedge funds were safe, low-risk, and "bond substitutes."
The SEC says ITG's Project Omega misused the confidential data of its "dark pool" subscribers to make trades.
The company overstated the value of oil and gas assets in Alaska by $400 million in regulatory filings.
The accused sold one-year notes on the promise that investor monies would fund the research and development activities of various public companies.
A London judge gives Tom Hayes a stiffer-than-expected sentence 'to send a signal' to the banking industry.
Philip Kueber allegedly hid his control of a company whose market value soared to more than $6 billion before regulators suspended trading.
The defendants induced unsuspecting investors to purchase their company's stock and promissory notes with wildly optimistic projections.
China Construction Bank's first branch in North America is ordered to improve its anti-money laundering practices.
Pennsylvania attorney bought shares prior to an insurance industry merger after learning about the deal from a legal assistant.