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On Insider Trading Day 2 Greek Restaurants Added To Buffalo Wild Wings SDNY Sued Citing Onyx

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 22 –From Buffalo Wild Wings to a London insiders traders love next, an arrest on Friday October 18 led to an unsealed indictment on October 21 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. No honor, nor borders, among thieves.  On October 22 the US Attorney's Office announced more, below.

 On October 18 Bryan Cohen of Goldman Sachs was arrested for insider trading including on Buffalo Wild Wings. Then on October 21 an indictment was unsealed, against Darina Windsor and Benjamin Taylor of Moelis & Co..

    It says that Windsor and Taylor "were involved in a romatic relationship with each other and resided together in an apartment located in London."

   Windsor sent an email to Taylor headed, "Once upon a time, there was a Pops search for Truffles in the Forest." Attached to the email was confidential information related to Onyx...

    Now a day after Inner City Press reported the above, the US Attorney for the SDNY has put out a press release, including: "the unsealing of four indictments and the arrests of three members of a wide-ranging international insider trading ring.  BRYAN COHEN, an investment banker based in New York, and TELEMAQUE LAVIDAS, the son of a member of the board of directors of Ariad Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“Ariad”), which, until 2017, was a Boston-based publicly traded company, were both arrested on Friday in Manhattan.  JOSEPH EL-KHOURI, a securities trader, was arrested yesterday in the United Kingdom, and the United States Government will be seeking his extradition to the United States.  BENJAMIN TAYLOR and DARINA WINDSOR, former investment bankers who worked in London, as well as GEORGIOS NIKAS, a securities trader who also owns various business interests in Europe and the United States, including a chain of Greek restaurants in New York, remain at large." We will be in the Magistrates Court. Watch this site.


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