Tag: Informants

Tipper X: The Wall Street Informant

Hardin was dropping off his dry cleaning on July 8, 2008 at 55th Street and Eighth Avenue when a man behind him asked “Are you Tom?” He turned around and there were two FBI agents in front of him. They sat down at Wendy’s, and the agents told him that they knew about the four illegal trades he had made.…

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How a Former Executive Went Undercover for Prosecutors – WSJ.com

Mr. Bistrong, 51 years old, was released from prison in December—having done time for conspiring to bribe officials to win contracts from the United Nations and several foreign countries. (Mr. Bistrong’s former company, Armor, from which he was fired, settled allegations related to him with the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission in 2011, paying more than $15 million…

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SAC Case Began With Informant’s Tips on Cohen, Rajaratnam – Bloomberg

Without [David] Slaine, Rajaratnam and Cohen might still be investing clients’ money. He was the first person to cooperate with the government and was acknowledged in all but name at yesterday’s press conference announcing SAC’s plea, according to two people familiar with the investigation. via SAC Case Began With Informant’s Tips on Cohen, Rajaratnam – Bloomberg

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