The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said Monday that it will pay a whistleblower more than $30 million for providing the agency with original information that was key in helping secure a successful enforcement action and recovery. The award is the largest ever the SEC has paid to a foreign whistleblower and is the fourth award the regulator has paid to a whistleblower in a foreign country, demonstrating the international reach of the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower since it opened in July 2010. “This whistleblower came to us with information about an ongoing fraud that would have been ... Read More
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