Topic: Spoofing

Former Deutsche Bank trader appeals against spoofing conviction

07 July 2021

DOJ changes Fraud Section leadership as Rob Zink departs

The DOJ promoted Dan Kahn to acting deputy assistant attorney general in the Criminal Division and Joseph Beemsterboer to acting chief of the Fraud Section after Rob Zink left the department for private practice.

22 June 2021

Former Deutsche Bank trader sentenced for spoofing

22 June 2021

US court permits ex-CFTC official to testify in JPMorgan spoofing case

07 May 2021

Former Bank of America trader to testify in upcoming spoofing trial

04 May 2021

Former JPMorgan trader accuses bank of retaliating over DOJ assistance

JPMorgan’s ex-global head of precious metals trading, Donald Turnbull, claims the investment bank fired him in 2019 after he voluntarily cooperated with a DOJ spoofing probe.

15 April 2021

Former Glencore trader convicted over market manipulation scheme

25 March 2021

Court upholds spoofing convictions for ex-Deutsche Bank traders

The Chicago federal court has thrown out James Vorley and Cédric Chanu’s arguments that jurors wrongly convicted them of wire fraud over a scheme to spoof precious metals markets.

19 March 2021

Senior Criminal Division official eyes DOJ exit

Robert Zink, an acting deputy assistant attorney general in the Criminal Division, is looking at a possible move to Big Law.

12 March 2021

DOJ forced to hand over CFTC material in spoofing case

A Chicago federal court judge has ordered the Justice Department to surrender potentially exculpatory evidence produced by the country’s commodities regulator to two former Merrill Lynch traders accused of spoofing.

25 February 2021

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