SEC whistleblowing project pulls in seven tips a day

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The whistleblower programme introduced under the US Dodd-Frank Act has collected 334 tipoffs in seven weeks of operation – with almost a tenth coming from overseas.

In its first annual report on the Dodd-Frank whistleblower programme, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) also finds that the most common complaint category from whistleblowers is market manipulation, at 16.2% of all submissions. This is followed by offering fraud at 15.6%, and corporate disclosures and financial

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