The trial has prompted soul-searching in South Asian circles and a debate over whether it has evoked the kind of outrage and embarrassment that many Jews felt over the Bernard L. Madoff scandal. Some fear that a guilty verdict would tarnish the growing number of South Asians on Wall Street. And others feel the case’s only cultural significance is as a signal that South Asians have risen high enough in finance — as in other realms of American life — to be enmeshed in a multimillion-dollar debacle.
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