Monthly Archives: July 2014

Hedge Funds and Material Nonpublic Information — The Harvard Law School Forum on Corp. Gov. and Financial Regulation

We discuss below what remote tippees, which may involve hedge funds and other investment firms that are often several steps removed from the original source of the information, would need to know for liability to arise. Along the way, we touch on the other elements relevant to liability as well—fraud, duty, breach, and personal benefit. The burden on the government…

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Regulator Wants Monitors in Deutsche Bank, Barclays U.S. Offices as Part of FX Probe – WSJ

New York’s banking regulator is pushing to install government monitors inside the U.S. offices of Deutsche Bank and Barclays PLC as part of an intensifying investigation into possible manipulation in the foreign-exchange market, according to people familiar with the probe. via Regulator Wants Monitors in Deutsche Bank, Barclays U.S. Offices as Part of FX Probe – WSJ

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