Questionnaires sent to firms
Could face an additional three years behind bars
'Sorry and embarrassed'
Investigation pending since 2013
Part of three-year investigation
Pleaded guilty to nine counts
A former trader has become the third person to be sentenced in what marked the end of the first phase of the regulator's "largest and most complex insider dealing investigation" to date.
Morrisons' former group treasurer has been sentenced to twelve months in prison after being convicted of two counts of insider trading.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has charged the former treasurer and head of tax at supermarket giant Morrisons with insider dealing.
Four individuals have been arrested following house searches carried out by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Metropolitan Police in West London.
A former KPMG senior partner has pleaded guilty to insider trading.
A former senior partner at KPMG has been charged with insider trading after it was alleged he exchanged stock tips for cash and jewellery including a Rolex watch.
An ex-futures trader has been jailed for insider dealing after pocketing £591,000 in fraudulent deals.
The trader suspended from GLG amid an FSA insider dealing probe worked on co-founder Pierre Lagrange's European long/short fund, Investment Week can reveal.
A two-timing investment banker has been jailed for two years and eight months for insider dealing.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has successfully prosecuted a two-timing investment banker for insider dealing.
UBS turned a blind eye when traders broke the bank's own internal rules, as long as they made a profit for the bank, the lawyer defending 'rogue trader' Kweku Adoboli has argued.
The former UBS trader accused of losing the bank more than $2bn in unauthorised trades owed money to eight payday loan firms when he was arrested last year, a court heard yesterday.
A former investment banker and his wife have been ordered to pay more than £1.5m for their benefits from insider dealing and warned they may have to serve extra jail time if they fail to do so.
Six people have been jailed after a successful Financial Services Authority (FSA) prosecution for insider dealing.
The chief executive of Japan's Nomura Holdings has resigned following a damaging insider trading scandal.
Six men have been convicted of offences relating to insider dealing which netted them £732,000 in profits.
Three people have been handed custodial sentences after pleading guilty to charges of insider dealing.