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« : 09 Январь 2010, 02:50:16 »

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A former McKinsey & Co. director told a court yesterday that Galleon Group LLC hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam paid him US$1.75-million in exchange for confidential information on clients to make illegal stock trades.

Anil Kumar, a former executive with the management consultancy, made the statement in pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit securities fraud and securities fraud in Manhattan federal court, the seventh person to do so in what U.S. prosecutors have called the biggest hedge fund insider trading case ever in the country.
Prosecutor Jonathan Streeter told the judge that Kumar, 51, made US$2.6-million in illicit funds from his dealings with Mr. Rajaratnam, US$1.75-million paid by Mr. Rajaratnam and illegal profits from trades in Advanced Micro Devices Inc .

"I understood Mr. Rajaratnam was going to trade securities," Kumar told U.S. District Court Judge Denny Chin. "I understood that my conduct was unlawful."

Kumar, who is free on US$5-million bail posted when he was arrested on October 16, said in court he had conversations with Mr. Rajaratnam from 2003 to 2009.

He could face as many as 25 years in prison. Kumar is co-operating with the government's investigation, the prosecutor said in court.

According to U.S. prosecutors and a civil complaint by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Kumar shared inside information in August 2008 about transactions involving Advanced Micro Devices and two Abu Dhabi entities with Mr. Rajaratnam, who then traded on the information.

On October 7, 2008, AMD said it would spin off manufacturing operations through a multibillion-dollar venture with the Advanced Technology Investment Co. of Abu Dhabi.

AMD stock opened 25% higher that day, resulting in millions of dollars of illegal profits for Mr. Rajaratnam, Kumar and others, prosecutors said.

Kumar also tipped the hedge fund manager over an acquisition of ATI Technologies Inc. by AMD in 2006, prosecutors said in court yesterday. In court papers, Mr. Rajaratnam's lawyers have said information on that deal was public knowledge.

Twenty-one people, including employees of some of the largest U.S. companies including IBM Corp. and Intel Corp., have been criminally or civilly charged in the case.

Mr. Rajaratnam, a Sri Lankanborn U.S. citizen, has pleaded not guilty and vowed to fight the charges. He is free on bail.

On Tuesday, prosecutors said they plan to file more charges against 52-year-old Mr. Rajaratnam, saying he made US$36-million in illegal profits from insider trading, more than double the amount previously alleged.

A bail hearing is set for Jan. 12. The government wants to detain Mr. Rajaratnam, who has asked for his bail to be reduced to US$20-million from US$100-million.

In a court filing yesterday, his lawyers called "far-fetched" and "preposterous" the government's claim that he poses a serious risk of flight.

"It is true that Mr. Rajaratnam is wealthy, though not a billionaire, as the government and press persistently claim, but this fact cannot justify the imposition of excessive and stigmatizing bail," his lawyers said.

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« Ответ #1 : 10 Январь 2010, 19:22:29 »

Инсайдеры говорят - это самый громкий репутационный скандал за всю историю Маккинзи.

Их имидж вечно белых и пушистых испорчен надолго, если вообще не навсегда.
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« Ответ #2 : 13 Январь 2010, 21:16:08 »

Инсайдеры говорят - это самый громкий репутационный скандал за всю историю Маккинзи.

Их имидж вечно белых и пушистых испорчен надолго, если вообще не навсегда.

Это у всех бывало и не раз. Правда, не все выживали. Артур Андерсян не пережил, однако сменил вывески и продолжил правое дело.
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