Several US-Indians charged in insider trading cases

PTI

New York, July 26

Several Indian-origin persons have been charged in the US with insider trading in two separate alleged schemes in which they made more than $5 million dollars in illegal profits.

Amit Bhardwaj (49), ex-chief information security officer, Lumentum Holdings, and his friends Dhirenkumar Patel (50), Srinivasa Kakkera (47), Abbas Saeedi (47) and Ramesh Chitor (45) were charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission. In another case, the SEC alleges insider trading by investment banker Brijesh Goel (37) and his friend Akshay Niranjan (33).

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