Robert S. Khuzami was the Deputy U.S. Attorney for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York until March 22, 2019. He previously was a United States federal prosecutor and Assistant United States Attorney for the office, and a former director of the Division of Enforcement of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He was previously a partner at law firm Kirkland & Ellis. and general counsel of Deutsche Bank AG. Khuzami graduated from the University of Rochester (BA), and Boston University (JD).
A whistleblower just took home $50 million — the biggest award the SEC has ever paid
CNN, 5 June 2020
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has paid out its largest-ever whistleblower award — nearly $50 million.
The whistleblower tipped off the agency to a currency manipulation scheme at a massive bank, resulting in a “successful enforcement action,” the SEC said Thursday.
The Wall Street Journal, which conducted an investigation about the scheme, reported the whistleblower is a trader from Bank of New York Mellon (BKPRC) who alerted the SEC about the bank’s reported pattern of “overcharging big clients on currency trades.”
Avi Weitzman, Barry Goldsmith and Jonathan Seibald
Law360, 3 June 2020
As the world struggles to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, and volatile markets are rattled by the latest virus and economic news, publicly traded companies are increasingly susceptible to fraudulent short-seller attacks. While legitimate short selling plays an important and well-recognized role in the public markets, there are a few who have abused and misused short selling to manipulate the price of public company stock.
Lacey Dingman is a member of the executive committee at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Prior to joining the New York Fed, Dingman was the senior associate director, Division of Research and Statistics, at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, where she was responsible for all operational and infrastructure aspects of the Division, including human capital strategy. Dingman has worked in the public sector organizations including the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Board. Dingman holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from the Henry Tippie School of Business at the University of Iowa.
Pamela Chase Dyson is a member of the executive committee at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. She is executive vice president, chief information officer and head of the Technology Group (TG) at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. She is also on the Bank’s Executive Committee. Prior to joining the New York Fed, Dyson was the chief information officer and director of the Office of Information Technology at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). She holds a bachelor of science from the University of Maryland.
Tehran Times, May 26, 2020 – International
TEHRAN – Robert David Steele, a former Marine Corps infantry officer and CIA spy as well as an activist for Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE), contributes regularly to Tehran Times.
They own the regulators; they own the brokerage houses; they own the clearing houses; they own all of your investments; and it’s even been shown that they can exert complete control over the government.
To understand how these banks exert complete control over our financial system, one must first understand the securities clearance system.
In the United States of America, there is only one central clearinghouse: The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, and for almost 50 years they have maintained a virtual monopoly over this essential service.
It is a private corporation that is owned by these mega-banks and brokers.
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