Daily Archives: April 15, 2009, 10:00 pm

Securities Docket News Wire for April 15, 2009

Germany: BaFin Deepens Insider Trading Investigation Related to Premiere AG Securities. http://bit.ly/3nP1lo #sdx # Lehman Bros. Bankruptcy Legal Bill Now Over $84 Million and Counting. http://bit.ly/3Anyu8 #sdx # SEC’s Schapiro: “Intense Review” of Rating Agencies Needed. http://bit.ly/md3y #sdx # Three Excellent Upcoming Webcasts on SEC Enforcement Issues. http://bit.ly/1LPxgL #sdx # UK: High Court Ruling Not Friendly to Expansion of Class…

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Germany: BaFin Deepens Insider Trading Investigation Related to Premiere AG Securities

BaFin, Germany’s financial services regulator, anounced today that it has deepened its investigation into possible insider trading in shares of Premiere AG. The WSJ reports that the BaFin investigation relates to an October 2, 2008 press release from Premiere AG release in which it announced that it expected a 2008 operating loss and restated its subscriber base by almost 1…

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Three Excellent Upcoming Webcasts on SEC Enforcement Issues

Over the next three weeks, Securities Docket has three outstanding webcasts lined up on different aspects of SEC Enforcement. The webcasts will feature current and former leaders of the SEC’s Enforcement efforts, as well as the DOJ, who will examine the extraordinary changes afoot at the SEC and the impact they are already having and will have on corporations, hedge funds, attorneys, “gatekeepers,” and others in the U.S. and worldwide.

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