Ex-Goldman banker barred from banking for leaking confidential Fed info

Bansal will be permanently barred from the banking. how it handles delicate regulatory information. The bank admitted it failed to properly supervise the employee who received the confidential Fed.

Law360, New york (june 16, 2016, 8:02 PM EDT) — The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday barred. confidential supervisory information related to a bank he had formerly overseen.

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Ex-Goldman Banker and Fed Employee Will Plead Guilty in Document Leak. The Fed has barred six people so far this year, a significant increase from the three preceding years.. accessing confidential information about a banking client with permission from regulators. Goldman has rarely if.

Ex-Goldman Banker Wants Final Fed Decision On Lifetime Ban. that he hadn’t reported a leak of confidential information to the necessary parties, according to a complaint the bank filed.

A former Goldman Sachs (GS) employee will never work in banking again, after pleading guilty to charges of stealing confidential information from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. On Thursday, the.

Ex-Goldman banker barred from banking for leaking confidential Fed info A former Goldman Sachs (GS) employee will never work in banking again, after pleading guilty to charges of stealing.

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Bansal admitted last year to a misdemeanor over allegations that he obtained information that had been stolen from the Fed about a midsize New York bank. A federal judge sentenced Bansal to two years.

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Bansal and his source, who worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York at the time of the leak, might plead. when he worked at the New York Fed for seven years, the New York Times said. Bansal.

Revolving door fallout: More bad news for Goldman Sachs. The Federal Reserve is preparing an enforcement action against the firm over a leak involving the central bank two years ago. The two men at the center of the case – a Fed employee, Jason Gross, and a goldman sachs banker, Rohit Bansal, who.

Bansal’s case came to light after prosecutors investigated the leak of confidential Fed materials in 2014. They accused the former Goldman banker of obtaining confidential supervisory documents.