Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker Brijesh Goel asked a judge to give him no prison time for his insider trading conviction and apologized to the bank for his actions.
Goel, who was found guilty in June of passing inside information on Goldman deals to a close friend, said in a Wednesday court filing that he now faced deportation from the US to his native India due to his conviction. The potential separation from his wife, who works as a doctor in New York, and other friends and family in the US was punishment enough, he said.
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