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Securing the Scandalized: How Regulators and Prosecutors have responded to a year of financial law breaking

By Austin Opatmy Published May 1, 2013

In the United States, two main fields have dominated news headlines: insider trading, and foreclosure violations. There have recently been multiple prosecutions for insider trading. SAC Capital, faced with two separate allegations of insider trading, has paid over $600 million in fines, a record-breaking amount.