The former heads of Nomura's CMBS desk allegedly lied to customers about bond prices to generate $758,000 in illicit profits.
Joel Sanders was accused of plotting to conceal the New York law firm's losses before it went bankrupt in 2012.
The Korean chipmaker and its ex-CFO allegedly engaged in "accounting tricks" to meet revenue and gross margin targets after it went public.
The pair funneled millions of dollars to government officials in Macedonia and Montenegro to shut out telecom competition.
Traders allegedly made more than $1 million in illicit profits on the April 4 acquisition of General Communication Inc. by Liberty Interactive.
The firm allegedly helped the owner and president of the Jay Peak ski resort misuse $200 million raised from immigrant investors.
The case is the second alleging traders made illegal profits based on nonpublic information about Intel's $15.3 billion takeover of Mobileye.
Seventy-four percent of finance professionals report that their companies were victims of payments fraud in 2016, according to the AFP.
New Justice Department guidance on compliance highlights the need for a data-driven approach to compliance.
President Trump moves to fulfill his campaign pledge to “end forever the use of the H-1B [visa] as a cheap labor program.”