UBS Worker Kept Notes On Bank’s M&A Clients, Jury Told
Law360, London (May 9, 2019, 7:01 PM BST) -- A former UBS compliance officer accused of providing inside information to her day trader friend on potential takeovers the bank was advising on had company documents and handwritten notes about some of the companies involved in the deals at her home, a London jury heard Thursday.
Investigators discovered information about UBS Group AG clients when they raided the home of Fabiana Abdel-Malek, 36, who worked in the Swiss bank’s London office, according to a set of agreed facts read out by prosecutors.
The Southwark Crown Court jury heard that “two pages of handwritten notes” relating to mobile phone operator Vodafone and...
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