A Crown Court has found a former equities marketmaker guilty of insider dealing. It found Malcolm Calvert guilty on five counts of insider dealing and is the third successful insider dealing prosecution FSA has brought. Bertie Hatcher, a friend of Calvert, gave evidence. Mr Hatcher was also involved in the dealings and FSA has fined him £56,098 for market abuse and published details of its agreement with him that formed the basis for his giving evidence at the trial. Margaret Cole said FSA would continue to enter into agreements of this sort where it believes it is in the interests of the public and justice. It wants to encourage people to help in financial crime investigations.