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Nov 4 (Reuters) SAC Capital Advisors, Steven A. prosecutors are expected to announce on Monday a $1.2 billion settlement over criminal charges related to insider trading, media reports said.a
Reuters reported last month that the deal, which will likely involve some admission of guilt along with a penalty of more than $1 billion, was likely to be announced within days.
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Bernie MadoffIn what is now considered to be one of the biggest and most famous Ponzi schemes in history, Madoff laundered about $65 billion, Forbes reports. Madoff defrauded thousands of investors, all of whom can be found on a 163page list.
Rajat GuptaExGoldman Rajat Osi Umenyiora Women's Jersey Gupta was sentenced to two years in prison for participating in one of the largest insider trading schemes in history.
Jerome KervielKerviel was found guilty of one of the world's most colosal trading frauds in 2010. He cost France's Socit Gnrale bank 4.9 billion Euros. He was sentenced to 3 years in jail and was also sentenced to paying a $7 billion fine, The Guardian reports. and cities in a "bidrigging scheme" during their time at General Electric, Businessweek reports.
Goldberg was sentenced to four years in prison. Grimm and Carollo were each sentenced to three years.
Raj RajaratnamRaj Rajaratnam, the former head of Galleon Management, was sentenced to 11 years in jail in October 2011, the longest prison term for insider trading to date, The Washington Post reports.
Nick LeesonDuring Nick Lesson's time at Bristain's Barings Bank, he lost 862 million pounds and even managed to level the 233yearold bank itself, according to The Telegraph. He served four years in a Singapore jail before he was released early with lifethreatening cancer.
Allen StanfordCurrently serving 110 years in prison, Allen Stanford was, at one time, one of the richest men in America, according to CNBC. He conned about 20,000 investors out of their money in a Ponzi scheme.
Garth PetersonGarth Peterson, the former head of Morgan Stanley's Chinese realestate investments unit, was sentenced to 9 months in jail last August for bribery, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Don Of ThievesDennis Levine, Martin Siegel, Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken defrauded Wall Street investors in the 1980's. In a scandalous series of events, Levine stole confidential documents from Lazard Freres investment bank, and the crew made use of inside information, according to The Daily Beast.