Following a two year investigation, the FSA commenced proceedings against the CEO of a private investment company alleging that he had committed market abuse by trading while in possession of price sensitive information. The allegation was denied but nonetheless the FSA sought to impose a substantial fine and a lifetime prohibition for the alleged misconduct. After a contested hearing before the FSA’s Regulatory Decisions Committee on 8 February 2012, the RDC directed the FSA to discontinue all proceedings against Corker Binning’s client.
Edward Grange quoted in The Independent and Evening Standard on extradition of suspect in Sara Sharif case
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Edward Grange comments on High Court decision to block Mike Lynch’s bid to avoid extradition to the US
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