Former Goldman Sachs analyst and brother charged with insider dealing | Financial Conduct Authority | The Guardian

Two brothers who worked at Goldman Sachs and leading City law firm Clifford Chance have appeared in court charged with insider dealing and fraud.

Mohammed Zina, 32, who worked as an analyst at Goldman Sachs, and his brother Suhail Zina, 33, who worked as a solicitor at Clifford Chance, appeared at Westminster magistrates court on Tuesday charged with six offences of insider dealing and three offences of fraud by false representation.

The brothers are accused of making a profit of about £142,000 from insider dealing in shares of companies including Arm Holdings and Punch Taverns in 2016 and 2017, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Source: Former Goldman Sachs analyst and brother charged with insider dealing | Financial Conduct Authority | The Guardian