Portfolio Manager Charged Over Role In $276 Million Insider Trading Scheme

NEW YORK - (Mealey's) The U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on Nov. 21 announced the unsealing of insider trading charges against a former portfolio manager for a division of a group of affiliated hedge funds for his role...

2 Actions Target Lucrative Insider Trading Cases

Just when it appeared that the expert network insider trading investigations had come to an end with convictions and guilty pleas, the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office and the SEC announced the filing of what may be the most lucrative of insider trading cases with profits made and losses avoided...

The Week in Securities Litigation: Martoma Enters Not Guilty Plea In Insider Trading Case

In this holiday shortened first week of the year, one of the most significant current cases moved forward with the entry of a not guilty plea by Mathew Martoma to insider trading charges. Mr. Martoma is the latest person charged in the on-going insider trading wars being waged by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's...