The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced Monday that one whistleblower who helped regulators with their investigations of securities violations will receive the agency’s highest-ever award of more than $33 million. In addition to the latest award, which exceeds the previous high of $30 million awarded to a whistleblower in 2014, the SEC said that two additional whistleblowers will share an award of nearly $50 million. “These awards demonstrate that whistleblowers can provide the SEC with incredibly significant information that enables us to pursue and remedy serious violations that might otherwise go unnoticed,” said Jane Norberg, Chief of the SEC’s ... Read More
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