And, Cohen said last Friday, the Market Abuse Unit has filed five insider trading cases generated from the Center over the last year. This is noteworthy. Here is one of the cases, and here is another one. Lexis doesn’t tell me about the other two. But what I want to know is, what data do they have? Where are they getting it? How are they using it? Would they have been able to do these cases without the Center? Because SEC Speaks is uniquely designed not to answer questions like these, we don’t know. Maybe Cohen will show up at Securities Enforcement Forum 2016 and we’ll find out.
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