An inside job by watchdogs

Early morning raids on traders in dressing gowns are part of the new, aggressive approach being employed by the world's leading corporate watchdogs to stem insider trading.

March 23 was Julian Rifat’s birthday. At 5.30am he should have been in the car that took him every morning from Oxford to the offices in London’s West End where he worked as a trader for Moore Capital, one of the world’s biggest hedge funds. Instead he was trying on a dressing gown given to him by his wife and thus running late.

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