2 responses to “UK’s FSA Obtains First-Ever Criminal Convictions for Insider Trading”

  1. […] guilty last week in the FSA’s first-ever criminal prosecution for insider dealing (previously discussed here), was sentenced to jail for eight months today.  His father-in-law who was also found guilty, […]

  2. […] The FSA secured its first criminal conviction for insider dealing in March 2009, in its case against Christopher McQuoid, former general counsel of TTP Communications, and his father-in-law, James Melbourne. That case is discused here. […]