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Empty office helped former Union Investment star make €8.1m after ‘feeling offended’ by pay rise
BaFin and FCA find no evidence of wrongdoing after looking into dealing, including by Mercedes F1 boss
German authorities say evidence against Alexander Schütz does not justify a formal investigation
New act seeks more clarity on what is illegal but critics say it will create more uncertainty
SEC examines ways to ‘freshen up’ rules on pre-arranged stock sales to address claims of misuse
US watchdog plans to close a loophole that has left ‘real cracks’ in the regulatory regime
Munich prosecutors evaluating claim that Alexander Schütz improperly traded Wirecard shares
FCA files charges after pair allegedly made £142,000 from trading stocks
UK financial regulator alleges that personal loans were used to fund insider share dealing
Alerts pointing to possible manipulation have swelled as investors remain at home because of coronavirus
Swiss court sentences Israeli businessman to 5 years in prison over Guinea natural resources case
Criminal Court of Appeal upholds convictions following high-profile trial last year
Former UBS compliance officer and a day trader are seeking to overturn their criminal convictions
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US exchange operator admits liability in case involving oil and natural gas options
EU members are urging Brussels to include a hard Brexit shock in its Covid-19 recovery plans
Bryan Cohen sentenced to 12 months of home detention by federal judge in New York
Richard Burr relinquishes post while his stock sales after coronavirus briefing are examined
Richard Burr and Kelly Loeffler offloaded stock shortly before market tumble
America’s existing regulations are unclear and out of date
The US has experimented with huge fines but these are falling out of fashion
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The law is not yet completely black and white
Preet Bharara’s task force wants culprits held liable even if they do not personally benefit
Financial group says GSA induced researcher to supply confidential information