Former Hedge Fund Analyst Pays the Price in Insider Trading Settlement

When an advisory firm employee uses material non-public information (MNPI) from a client to increase his own profits, that most likely constitutes insider trading. A former healthcare analyst at a New York City-based registered advisory firm found this out the hard way on January 10, when he settled insider trading charges with the SEC.
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