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The Raj Rajaratnam/Galleon Group, Anil Kumar, and Rajat Gupta insider trading cases are parallel and related civil and criminal actions by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and the United States Department of Justice against three friends and business partners: Galleon hedge fund founder-owner Raj Rajaratnam and former Mc Kinsey & Company senior executives Anil Kumar and Rajat Gupta.
Rajaratnam was found guilty on all 14 charges and sentenced to 11 years in prison for profiting from tips he received from Robert Moffat, Anil Kumar, Rajiv Goel, and Roomy Khan.
During the discovery phase of the criminal trial, the USAO turned over to the defendants the contents of 18,150 wiretapped communications involving 550 different people, which were recorded over the course of sixteen months from ten telephones, including home, office and mobile lines belonging to the defendants.
In the sprawling case his involvement was unusual; according to a Reuters blog, “He’s the only informant who could be considered even more successful than Raj was, at least professionally if not in terms of raw cash.
Raj had money, more money than he really knew what to do with, but Kumar had much more societal acceptance and prestige.” On October 26, 2011 the United States Attorney's Office filed charges against Rajat Gupta.
He was arrested in New York City by the FBI and pleaded not guilty.
He was released on million bail (secured by his Connecticut house) on the same day.Gupta's lawyer wrote in an e-mail quoted in Bloomberg, “Any allegation that Rajat Gupta engaged in any unlawful conduct is totally baseless ....He did not trade in any securities, did not tip Mr.Rajaratnam so he could trade, and did not share in any profits as part of any quid pro quo.” "The tips generated 'illicit profits and loss avoidance' of more than million, the [SEC] alleged in [the] lawsuit. Attorney Preet Bharara put the total profits in the scheme at over million, telling a news conference it was the largest hedge fund insider trading case in United States history.'Rajat Gupta was entrusted by some of the premier institutions of American business to sit inside their boardrooms, among their executives and directors, and receive their confidential information so that he could give advice and counsel,' said Manhattan U. Attorney Preet Bharara, whose office is prosecuting the case." On Friday October 16, 2009, Raj Rajaratnam was arrested by the FBI and accused of conspiring with others in insider trading in several publicly traded companies. It said he also conspired to get confidential information on the billion purchase by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway of Goldman preferred stock before the September 2008 announcement of that transaction.The Wall Street Journal reported in April that a former member of the board of directors of Goldman Sachs and former Mc Kinsey & Company chief executive Rajat Gupta told Rajaratnam about Berkshire's investment before it became public.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating