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  •  - File photo of pedestrians reflected on a sign outside a branch of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc in Tokyo

    File photo of pedestrians reflected on a sign outside a branch of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc in Tokyo

    Posted: 3/21/2012 1:54:29 AM EST
    Pedestrians are reflected on a sign outside a branch of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc in Tokyo in this November 6, 2009 file photo. Japan's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission plans to recommend the Financial Services Agency fine Chuo Mitsui Asset Trust and Banking Co over suspected insider trading involving a 2010 share offering by Inpex, the Nikkei reported in its evening news on March 21, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao/Files (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of pedestrians reflected on a sign outside a branch of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc in Tokyo

    File photo of pedestrians reflected on a sign outside a branch of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc in Tokyo

    Posted: 3/21/2012 1:52:13 AM EST
    Pedestrians are reflected on a sign outside a branch of Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc in Tokyo in this November 6, 2009 file photo. Japan's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission plans to recommend the Financial Services Agency fine Chuo Mitsui Asset Trust and Banking Co over suspected insider trading involving a 2010 share offering by Inpex, the Nikkei reported in its evening news on March 21, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao/Files (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee Spencer Bachus in Washington

    File photo of Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee Spencer Bachus in Washington

    Posted: 2/10/2012 8:10:25 AM EST
    House Financial Services Committee ranking member Spencer Bachus (R-AL) speaks during the Reuters Washington Summit in this September 23, 2010 file photo. The chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, Spencer Bachus, which oversees the U.S. banking and financial services industries, is under investigation for possible violation of insider trading laws, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departing Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    File photo of Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departing Manhattan Federal Court in New York

    Posted: 1/31/2012 4:45:26 PM EST
    Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departs Manhattan Federal Court in New York in this October 13, 2011, file photo. An amended indictment made public on January 31, 2012, expands the period in which former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta supposedly provided illegal tips to former Galleon Group hedge fund founder Rajaratnam, now serving an 11-year prison term following his insider trading conviction. Picture taken October 13, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of ex-Goldman Sachs director Gupta exiting the Manhattan Federal Court after a pre-trial hearing on insider-trading charges

    File photo of ex-Goldman Sachs director Gupta exiting the Manhattan Federal Court after a pre-trial hearing on insider-trading charges

    Posted: 1/31/2012 4:43:13 PM EST
    Former McKinsey chief and ex-Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta exits the Manhattan Federal Court after attending a pre-trial hearing on insider-trading charges in New York in this January 5, 2012 file photo. Federal prosecutors have expanded their insider trading case against Gupta, saying the illegal activity lasted longer and involved more trades than alleged. An amended indictment made public on January 31, 2012 expands the period in which Gupta supposedly provided illegal tips to former Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam, now serving an 11-year prison term following his insider trading conviction. Picture taken January 5, 2012. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
  •  - Todd Newman, who headed technology trading for a Boston based hedge fund, Diamondback Capital Management exits United States Court in Manhattan following his court appearance in New York

    Todd Newman, who headed technology trading for a Boston based hedge fund, Diamondback Capital Management exits United States Court in Manhattan following his court appearance in New York

    Posted: 1/25/2012 5:03:17 PM EST
    Todd Newman, who headed technology trading for a Boston based hedge fund, Diamondback Capital Management exits United States Court in Manhattan following his court appearance in New York, January 25, 2012. Federal prosecutors charged seven people, described as a circle of friends who formed a criminal club, with running a $62 million insider trading scheme last week. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
  •  - Danny Kuo, a former vice president and technology-fund manager with Whittier Trust Co. in Pasadena, California exits the United States Court in Manhattan with family following his court appearance in

    Danny Kuo, a former vice president and technology-fund manager with Whittier Trust Co. in Pasadena, California exits the United States Court in Manhattan with family following his court appearance in

    Posted: 1/25/2012 5:01:26 PM EST
    Danny Kuo, a former vice president and technology-fund manager with Whittier Trust Co. in Pasadena, California exits the United States Court in Manhattan with family following his court appearance in New York, January 25, 2012. Federal prosecutors charged seven people, described as a circle of friends who formed a criminal club, with running a $62 million insider trading scheme last week. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
  •  - Todd Newman, who headed technology trading for a Boston based hedge fund, Diamondback Capital Management exits United States Court in Manhattan following his court appearance in New York

    Todd Newman, who headed technology trading for a Boston based hedge fund, Diamondback Capital Management exits United States Court in Manhattan following his court appearance in New York

    Posted: 1/25/2012 4:58:29 PM EST
    Todd Newman, (R) who headed technology trading for a Boston based hedge fund, Diamondback Capital Management exits United States Court in Manhattan with his lawyer following his court appearance in New York, January 25, 2012. Federal prosecutors charged seven people, described as a circle of friends who formed a criminal club, with running a $62 million insider trading scheme last week. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
  •  - Danny Kuo, a former vice president and technology-fund manager with Whittier Trust Co. in Pasadena, California exits the United States Court in Manhattan with family following his court appearance in

    Danny Kuo, a former vice president and technology-fund manager with Whittier Trust Co. in Pasadena, California exits the United States Court in Manhattan with family following his court appearance in

    Posted: 1/25/2012 4:56:41 PM EST
    Danny Kuo, a former vice president and technology-fund manager with Whittier Trust Co. in Pasadena, California exits the United States Court in Manhattan with family following his court appearance in New York, January 25, 2012. Federal prosecutors charged seven people, described as a circle of friends who formed a criminal club, with running a $62 million insider trading scheme last week. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    Jon Horvath, left, an analyst at Sigma Capital Management is followed a reporter as he leaves Manhattan Federal court in New York on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. A hedge fund co-founder, four financial analysts, including Horvath, and a Dell Inc. employee teamed up in a record-setting insider trading scheme that netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits based on trades of a single stock, authorities said Wednesday. They described a cozy network of friends in finance who made the most of their connections with corrupt employees of technology companies. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    Jon Horvath, an analyst at Sigma Capital Management leaves Manhattan Federal court in New York on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. A hedge fund co-founder, four financial analysts, including Horvath, and a Dell Inc. employee teamed up in a record-setting insider trading scheme that netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits based on trades of a single stock, authorities said Wednesday. They described a cozy network of friends in finance who made the most of their connections with corrupt employees of technology companies. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    Jon Horvath, left, an analyst at Sigma Capital Management leaves Manhattan Federal court in New York with his attorney, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. A hedge fund co-founder, four financial analysts and a Dell Inc. employee teamed up in a record-setting insider trading scheme that netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits based on trades of a single stock, authorities said Wednesday. They described a cozy network of friends in finance who made the most of their connections with corrupt employees of technology companies. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara speaks during a news conference, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012 in New York. A hedge fund co-founder, four financial analysts and a Dell Inc. employee teamed up in a record-setting insider trading scheme that netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits based on trades of a single stock, authorities said Wednesday. They described a cozy network of friends in finance who made the most of their connections with corrupt employees of technology companies. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara speaks during a news conference, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012 in New York. A hedge fund co-founder, four financial analysts and a Dell Inc. employee teamed up in a record-setting insider trading scheme that netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits based on trades of a single stock, authorities said Wednesday. They described a cozy network of friends in finance who made the most of their connections with corrupt employees of technology companies. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara speaks during a news conference, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012 in New York. A hedge fund co-founder, four financial analysts and a Dell Inc. employee teamed up in a record-setting insider trading scheme that netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits based on trades of a single stock, authorities said Wednesday. They described a cozy network of friends in finance who made the most of their connections with corrupt employees of technology companies. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    Anthony Chiasson, Level Global Investors LP co-founder leaves Manhattan Federal Court after being released on bail on charges of insider trading Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, in New York. Greed on Wall Street set a record, authorities said Wednesday as they unveiled a nearly $78 million insider trading case that involved at least seven financial industry professionals and included a hedge fund co-founder who triggered a single trade that earned $53 million in profits, the largest lone transaction ever prosecuted in Manhattan. (AP Photo/David Karp)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    Anthony Chiasson, Level Global Investors LP co-founder leaves Manhattan Federal Court after being released on bail on charges of insider trading Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, in New York. Greed on Wall Street set a record, authorities said Wednesday as they unveiled a nearly $78 million insider trading case that involved at least seven financial industry professionals and included a hedge fund co-founder who triggered a single trade that earned $53 million in profits, the largest lone transaction ever prosecuted in Manhattan. (AP Photo/David Karp)
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    Posted: 1/18/2012 8:10:50 PM EST
    Hedge fund portfolio manager Todd Newman, of Needham, Mass., leaves the federal court house after his appearance in connection with an insider trading investigation in Boston, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. Nearly $62 million was earned illegally by hedge funds, financial analysts and a Dell Inc. employee represents "a stunning portrait of organized corruption on a broad scale", a prosecutor said Wednesday in announcing charges in the case. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
  •  - File photo of Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departing Manhattan Federal Court after his sentencing in New York

    File photo of Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departing Manhattan Federal Court after his sentencing in New York

    Posted: 1/18/2012 9:48:45 AM EST
    Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam (C) departs Manhattan Federal Court after his sentencing in New York in this October 13, 2011 file photo. At least two senior hedge fund employees were being arrested as part of the government's sweeping probe into insider trading, people familiar with the matter said on January 18, 2012. The arrests reflect a widening of the government's long-running probe into the alleged sharing of confidential information on publicly traded corporations with hedge fund managers and analysts. In the biggest case so far, onetime billionaire Rajaratnam was convicted of insider trading and is now serving an 11-year prison term. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
  •  - File photo of Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departing Manhattan Federal Court after his sentencing in New York

    File photo of Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departing Manhattan Federal Court after his sentencing in New York

    Posted: 1/18/2012 9:47:42 AM EST
    Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam departs Manhattan Federal Court after his sentencing in New York in this October 13, 2011 file photo. At least two senior hedge fund employees were being arrested as part of the government's sweeping probe into insider trading, people familiar with the matter said on January 18, 2012. The arrests reflect a widening of the government's long-running probe into the alleged sharing of confidential information on publicly traded corporations with hedge fund managers and analysts. In the biggest case so far, onetime billionaire Rajaratnam was convicted of insider trading and is now serving an 11-year prison term. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)