$30 mn penalty for Ukraine traders who used stolen data

A Ukrainian company and its chief executive will pay $30 million to settle charges of profiting from securities trades based on stolen market-moving information, US officials said Monday. Jaspen Capital Partners Limited and chief executive Andriy Supranonok agreed to pay back “allegedly ill-gotten gains” from 2010-2015 connected to a Ukrainian hacking conspiracy, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.

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