Issuer Audit Fraud, Issuer Accounting Fraud, and Issuer Reporting Fraud Can Be The Basis of SEC Bounty Actions That Pay Large Financial Rewards to Whistleblowers That Anonymously Properly Expose Fraud Through An Issuer Audit Fraud, Issuer Accounting Fraud, and Issuer Report Fraud Lawyer by Issuer Audit Fraud Lawyer, Issuer Accounting Fraud Lawyer, and Issuer Reporting Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer

The SEC is offering large financial bounties to financial professionals who properly expose issuer audit fraud, issuer accounting fraud, and issuer reporting fraud.  These large financial rewards can be obtained by financial professionals who anonymously expose significant fraud through a bounty action lawyer.  These professionals can also obtain help reporting issuer audit fraud, issuer accounting fraud, and issuer reporting fraud by working with a bounty action lawyer who is familiar with SEC regulations and bounty actions.   

If you want to confidentially explore a potential SEC bounty action, please feel free to contact Confidential Issuer Audit Fraud Lawyer, Issuer Accounting Fraud Lawyer, and Issuer Reporting Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message or use our submission form.  As a Issuer Audit Fraud Lawyer, Issuer Accounting Fraud Lawyer, and Issuer Reporting Fraud Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer commonly works with high level professionals and other lawyers to confidentially review large whistleblower reward lawsuits.  To begin a review of such a lawsuit, please make sure any and all materials are submitted from a secure e-mail address and connection as well as a secure e-mail address and phone number are provided.

Securities and Exchange Commission Fiscal Year 2017

In its ongoing efforts to protect Main Street investors, the Securities and Exchange Commissionís Enforcement Division continues its work and efforts to vigorously enforce federal securities laws to combat wrongdoing, compensate harmed investors, and maintain confidence in the integrity and fairness of our markets.   In fiscal year 2017, the SEC Enforcement Division brought a diverse mix of 754 enforcement actions, including 446 standalone actions and returned a record $1.07 billion to harmed investors.  A significant number of the Commissionís 446 standalone cases concerned investment advisory issues, securities offerings, and issuer reporting/accounting and auditing. The Commission also continued to bring actions relating to market manipulation, insider trading, and broker-dealers.  Overall, the SEC obtained obtained judgments and orders totaling more than $3.789 billion in disgorgement and penalties. 

SEC Whistleblower Programs Has Paid Approximately $160 Million to 46 Whistleblowers Since 2012

Since the SEC Whistleblower Programís inception, the SEC has ordered wrongdoers in enforcement matters involving whistleblower information to pay over $975 million in total monetary sanctions, including more than $671 million in disgorgement of ill-gotten gains and interest,  the majority of which has been, or is scheduled to be, returned to harmed investors.  Since the agency issued its first award in 2012 through the end of September 2017, the program has awarded approximately $160 million in whistleblower awards to 46 individuals whose information and cooperation assisted the agency in bringing successful Commission enforcement actions and related actions brought by non-SEC enforcement authorities.

SEC Bounty Actions Can Award Up To 30% of Money Collected To A Whistleblower

SEC Bounty Actions can award up to 30% of the money collected to a whistleblower who properly reports issuer audit fraud, issuer accounting fraud, issuer reporting fraud, or other types of securities fraud.  To receive the bounty the monetary sanctions must be over one million dollars ($1,000,000.00), based on original information, and properly reported.  By creating bounties for financial professionals and high end investors, the SEC is encouraging people with specific information of securities fraud to expose hard to detect fraud schemes to help regulate the financial markets and prevent large investment corporations, hedge fund managers, corporate executives, banks, money managers, and large corporations from committing financial fraud of billions of dollars.

Financial Professional Whistleblowers Can Protect Their Identity and Career by Contacting a Confidential Insider Trade Whistleblower Lawyer, Confidential Securities Fraud Whistleblower Lawyer, or Confidential Financial Professional Whistleblower Lawyer Prior to Reporting Insider Trades and other Securities Fraud

For many financial professionals, it can be a difficult decision to step forward to expose executive insider trades, hedge fund insider trades, private equity fund fraud, false misleading information on a company's financial statements, false information on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, stock manipulation schemes; embezzlement by stockbrokers; and other securities fraud.  To protect these professionals, confidentiality safeguards have been put in place that allow the financial professional whistleblower to blow the whistle on securities fraud through an attorney.  By contacting a Confidential Insider Trade Whistleblower Lawyer, Confidential Securities Fraud Whistleblower Lawyer, or Confidential Financial Professional Whistleblower Lawyer, the financial professional can protect their identity and career as well as identify any potential issues with a potential bounty action.

Securities Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuit Information, SEC Whistleblower Incentive Program Lawsuit Information, Financial Fraud Derivatives Lawsuit Information, Financial Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuit Information, & Financial Fraud Bounty Lawsuit Information

Securities fraud, also known as stock fraud and investment fraud, is the unlawful practice of inducing investors to make investment decisions on the basis of false information, frequently resulting in losses, in violation of the securities laws.  Securities fraud whistleblower lawsuits include deceptive practices in the stock and commodity markets, and occur when investors are enticed to part with their money based on fraudulent misrepresentations. 

Securities fraud whistleblower lawsuits include outright theft from investors and misstatements on a public company's financial reports as well as a wide range of other actions, including insider trading, front running and other illegal acts on the trading floor of a stock or commodity exchange.  Evidence for a securities fraud whistleblower lawsuit may include:

  1. False or misleading information on a company's financial statement;

  2. False or misleading information on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings;

  3. Lying to corporate auditors;

  4. Insider trading;

  5. Stock manipulation schemes;

  6. Embezzlement by stockbrokers;

  7. Manipulation of a security’s price or volume;

  8. Fraudulent or unregistered offer or sale of securities, including Ponzi schemes, high yield investment programs or other investment programs;

  9. Brokerage Account and Retirement Account Fraud;

  10. False or misleading statements about a company;

  11. Failure to file required reports with the SEC;

  12. Abusive naked short selling;

  13. Theft or misappropriation of funds or securities;

  14. Fraudulent conduct or other problems associated with municipal securities transactions or public pension plans; and

  15. Bribery of foreign officials

Through new legislation the federal government is offering financial incentives to securities fraud whistleblowers and other financial fraud whistleblowers to step up and blow the whistle on properly reporting financial fraud including the above listed forms of securities fraud that lead to SEC violations and fines.  These new whistleblower bounties can be collected by whistleblowers that properly report SEC violations, financial fraud, securities fraud, commodities fraud, and stimulus fraud.

Other forms of SEC Violations including reporting problems with a brokerage or advisory account; fraudulently preventing access to funds or securities; fraudulent order handling, trade execution, or confirmations; fraudulent fees, mark-ups or commissions; and inaccurate or misleading disclosures by financial professionals, may also lead to potential SEC bounties, if the fraudulent acts result in fines of over $1 million and are properly reported.

Issuer Audit Fraud Lawyer, Issuer Accounting Fraud Lawyer, and Issuer Reporting Fraud Lawyer Commonly Works with other Issuer Audit Fraud Lawyers, Issuer Accounting Fraud Lawyers, Issuer Reporting Fraud Lawyers, and Whistleblower Reward Lawyers on Large Cases  

As a Confidential Whistleblower Reward Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, commonly works with other powerful financial fraud and securities fraud whistleblower lawyers to handle large Securities Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits, International Whistleblower Lawsuits, Medicare Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits, Defense Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits, Government Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits, and other confidential whistleblower reward lawsuits.  If you are the original source with special knowledge of fraud and are interested in learning more about a whistleblower reward lawsuit, please feel free to contact Confidential  Insider Trade Whistleblower Reward Lawyer and Securities Fraud Insider Trading Whistleblower Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message. 

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