For the first time since the publication of its plan to incentivize individual cooperation in investigations, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) publicly recognized the assistance of a former executive that led to settled enforcement actions against the executive’s employer – an investment adviser – and the company’s co-founder.1
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SEC credits former executive’s cooperation by declining to take enforcement action
- Ropes & Gray LLP
- April 23 2012
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