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September 24, 1987 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, Times Staff Writer
Setrag Mooradian, a former accountant for Ivan F. Boesky who has given significant information to federal probers investigating illicit stock trading schemes, has settled charges that he helped Boesky break securities laws, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Wednesday. Under the terms of the settlement, Mooradian--who was a vice president for Boesky's Seemala Corp.--will be barred for a year from the securities industry but will not be required to pay a fine or penalty.
September 1, 1989 | DAVID A. VISE, The Washington Post
Wall Street speculator Ivan F. Boesky and Drexel Burnham Lambert financier Michael Milken met in July, 1986, to discuss how to "conceal the true nature" of a $5.3-million payment from Boesky to Drexel that was part of a secret stock trading arrangement between the two men, according to a confidential Securities and Exchange Commission memorandum prepared in May, 1988.
December 8, 1988 | SCOT J. PALTROW, Times Staff Writer
The agreement this week by a key Drexel Burnham Lambert employee to cooperate with the government dramatically strengthens prosecutors' hands in their investigation of the investment firm, reducing their reliance on star witness Ivan F. Boesky, the notorious former stock speculator. But the agreement by Cary J.
December 19, 1987 | Associated Press
Here is a chronology of the major developments in the federal investigation of insider trading on Wall Street that led to speculator Ivan F. Boesky's record $100-million penalty payment to the Securities and Exchange Commission, his guilty plea to violating securities law and his sentencing Friday to three years in prison: May 12, 1986--The Securities and Exchange Commission charges Dennis B. Levine of Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc. with making $12.
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