Cohen’s Ex-Wife Alerted FBI Two Years Ago

Dec 18 2009 | 11:15am ET

More than two years before filing her $300 million lawsuit accusing ex-husband Steven Cohen of insider-trading, Patricia Cohen took her concerns to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Patricia Cohen, who was divorced from the SAC Capital Advisors chief in 1990, contacted FBI Special Agent B.J. Kang in 2007, after reading a report about SAC’s battle with Canadian insurer Fairfax Financial Holdings.


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