Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Not Guilty for Trader

The Wall Street Jrl reports here of a trader who was acquitted of securities fraud. This is the second acquittal in a case related to Van der Moolen (see here).  As previously noted on this blog, if the jury had found him guilty, he could have faced 20 years in prison.  Other individuals connected to this investigation have been found guilty.  (see here)

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