Two former JPMorgan metals merchants discovered responsible in landmark ‘spoofing’ case

Two former JPMorgan metals merchants discovered responsible in landmark ‘spoofing’ case

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Signal for J.P. Morgan on seventh March 2020 in London, United Kingdom. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational funding financial institution and monetary providers holding firm headquartered in New York.

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Two former JPMorgan Chase staff have been discovered responsible on some fees in a landmark trial over futures market manipulation on Wednesday, whereas a 3rd former dealer was acquitted solely, a spokesperson for the Division of Justice mentioned.

The financial institution’s former world treasured metals desk head Michael Nowak, treasured metals dealer Gregg Smith and salesperson Jeffrey Ruffo had been charged by the Justice Division with racketeering and conspiracy within the company’s most aggressive case to this point concentrating on a manipulative buying and selling tactic often called spoofing.

All three males, who had pleaded not responsible, have been acquitted of racketeering and conspiracy. Nowak was convicted on 13 different fees together with fraud, spoofing and tried market manipulation, and Smith was convicted on 11 fees. Ruffo, who was solely charged with racketeering and conspiracy, was acquitted of each, the attorneys mentioned.

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