Insider trading: Neil Rollins, former senior manager of PM Onboard Limited, was sentenced following a verdict finding him guilty of insider trading. Mr. Rollins has been found guilty on five counts of insider dealing and four counts of money laundering. The trading followed the acquisition by Mr. Rollins of information suggesting his company would have poor financial results. He traded in shares of his company prior to the announcement of the results. He also encouraged his wife to do the same. When the FSA began its inquiry he laundered the proceeds in an effort to conceal his activities. The court sentenced him to 27 months in prison and order him to pay almost $300,000 in confiscation.