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Insider Trading

The SEC claims in federal court that bank employee Bryan Cohen, 33, of New York City, tipped “Trader A” to inside information which he passed along to George Nikas, 54, of New York City, from which Nikas and Trader A made at least $2.6 million in illicit profits.

MANHATTAN — The SEC claims in a federal complaint that bank employee Bryan Cohen, 33, of New York City, tipped “Trader A” to inside information which he passed along to George Nikas, 54, of New York City, from which Nikas and Trader A made at least $2.6 million in illicit profits.

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