Kazakhstan Wealth Fund Sued in U.S.

The investors claim in a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court that BTA Bank, which isn’t named as a defendant, defrauded them by inducing them to buy debt securities as part of a 2010 restructuring.


Ex-Deutsche Bank staff say bank hid $12bn losses

Three former Deutsche Bank employees have filed complaints with the US securities regulators claiming the bank failed to recognize up to $12 billion (£7.46 billion) of unrealised losses during the financial crisis.


Morgan Stanley trader was probed at Goldman

The incident that led to the Goldman internal inquiry took place the end of 2009 and involved profits Hadden is said to have made ahead of the launch of a new Treasury futures contract introduced by the CME Group in early 2010.


New York futures broker fined $650,000 for not segregating funds

The order also permanently prohibits MBF and its successors from further violations of the CEA and CFTC regulations, as charged, and from failing to diligently supervise its employees and agents to insure the proper segregation of customer funds.


Insider-Trading Probe Looms Over Hedge Fund Titan

For years, since the SEC began its far-reaching investigation into insider trading within the hedge fund universe, its probe has led to civil and criminal charges against former SAC traders and investment managers.