Whistleblower Gets $9.2 Million under SEC’s New Bounty Rule

whistleblower gets 9 2 million under secs new bounty rule

As insider pieces of information are leading the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) towards busting more irregularities in companies, it has recently handed out more than $9.2 million to an unnamed whistleblower.

Announced on Tuesday, the tip-off from the insider led the financial regulator to bust an ongoing financial fraud, which concluded with the return of “a large amount of money” to the victims.

The regulator further elaborated that the information provided by the tipster led to a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) or deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) by the justice department. Additionally, the recent monetary award was the first under the new rules of the SEC’s whistleblower program that came into effect last December.

The announcement also highlighted that the same whistleblower also received an additional monetary reward for the same information previously from the financial regulator.

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