Court Testimony From Litvak Case: Lying Is All In A Day's WorkMark Melin
Selling mortgage-backed securities, products at the center of the 2008 market crash, involved lying and misrepresentations as part of the game, according to testimony given by former customers of Jefferies & Company in a Connecticut fraud trial.
Jesse Litvak, a former Jefferies bond trader, is the only person charged in a trial where he is accused of defrauding investors of $2 million in an effort to package and distribute more than $20 billion in assets from the Troubled Asset . . .
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