"Boy, have I got a tip for you!"
Scott London has to be regretting his life choices even more now.
Now you have that song from My Fair Lady stuck in your head, don't you? No? Just me then, I guess.
For once, we have a lawyer who is of very few words:
Bryan Shaw, the man who provided ex-KPMG partner Scott London with Springsteen tickets, discount Rolexes, and black paper bags filled with cash in broad daylight, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud today.
According to Institutional Shareholder Services, TFly is only member of JPMorgan's risk policy committee who is meeting expectations:
On the condition, of course, that the partner can refrain from passing material non-public information to a golf buddy or other third party.
Gotta get back to business, right?