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Companies have a registry of their shareholders. Anyone with at least one share registered in their name is a shareholder of record. However, the vast majority of people who consider themselves "shareholders" aren't actually registered owners of a stock. Instead, almost all public stock in the US is held "in street name." That means that ...


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Short Answer The dollar amount of a criminal tax offense is considered at the sentencing stage, but is only one of many factors and merely helps determine which of several possible sentencing guideline sentences that a U.S. judge uses as a starting point when determining the sentence. While the amount of money involved is a factor, the punishment isn't ...


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[As this case is sub judice, I will give only a general answer describing the disclosure process.] How does discovery disclosure work for financial crimes? Disclosure for all criminal investigations in England and Wales, including those in to financial crime, are carried out in accordance with Parts 1 and 2 of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act ...


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Regarding jurisdiction A crime that affects a US based market will trigger US jurisdiction (as well as that as the state in which it’s based). The US claims far less extraterritorial jurisdiction than most other nations but this is not extraterritorial- it happened in the US. Regarding tracking down The SEC has responsibility for these types of crimes. ...


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