Monday, February 25, 2013

Goldman managing director in insider trading probe exits

A Goldman Sachs salesman who has been under investigation for possibly passing confidential information about technology companies to hedge funds has left the bank, a spokesman told Reuters on Monday.

David Loeb, 42, who was a managing director based in New York, has never been charged with wrongdoing. But his name surfaced among a small group of Goldman bankers under scrutiny in connection with an insider trading probe conducted by the FBI.

During last year's trial of Rajat Gupta, a former Goldman board member who was convicted of passing nonpublic information about Goldman's financial state to hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, defense lawyers said it was Loeb, not Gupta, who gave Rajaratnam the secret information...

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