The former director of Asia-Pacific sales for Faro Technologies, Oscar H. Meza, authorized payments of $444,500 in bribes to state-owned companies in China to get $4.5 million in contracts, the SEC claims in DC Federal Court.

     The Bank of Montreal claims the former head gas options trader in its Commodity Derivatives Group, David P. Lee, conspired with two derivative brokerages – Optionable Inc. and MF Global – to hide millions of dollars in losses caused by Lee’s trading strategies, in Manhattan Federal Court.

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