Cohen Traded On Secret Tips, Biggest Insider-Trading Case Alleges

Nov 20 2012 | 1:39pm ET

A former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager has been charged with insider-trading in the first-ever such case to refer specifically to SAC founder Steven Cohen.

Cohen is neither charged nor mentioned by name in the civil lawsuit filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission that parallels the criminal case against Mathew Martoma. But he is the person referred to as "Portfolio Manager A" in the lawsuit and is referred to as the "owner" of the hedge funds in the criminal complaint.

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