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September 30, 2020

Posted  September 30, 2020

Marcus Schulz will pay over $1 million – a $670,000 penalty and $427,000 in disgorgement – to resolve CFTC allegations that, while employed as an energy trader, he passed on confidential information to an outside broker, including information about his employers block trade orders.  The broker would then arrange to take the other side of the order at prices that allowed the broker and others involved in the scheme to make a profit on offsetting trades, which profits they shared with Schulz.  CFTC

Tagged in: Financial Institution Fraud, Fraud in CFTC-Regulated Markets, Insider Trading, Market Manipulation and Trading Violations,

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