US Prosecutors Turn Up Heat On Complex Financial FraudMark Melin
US Federal Prosecutors have steadily upped their enforcement of Wall Street crime since the 2008 financial crisis, with a case in Connecticut offering the latest example. While insider trading was initially the focus of prosecutors, led by former US Attorney for the Southern District Preet Bharara, those federal cases eventually expanded to high frequency trading abuses and now involve complex financial fraud cases surrounding the mismarking of illiquid bonds are coming into light.
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