Britons third in SEC whistleblower league table


Institutional investors and their consultants are among the individuals and organisations responsible for tip-offs to the Securities & Exchange Commission's newly created Whistleblower Program.

The first annual report of the watchdog's Whistleblower Program revealed that the British provided more tip-offs to the SEC about suspected financial crime over the past year than any other country...

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