Michael Hild allegedly called his scheme to mismark bonds a ‘self-generating money machine.’
Prosecutors say the defendants unwittingly conspired with an undercover agent who was posting as a corrupt stock promoter.
Evan Greebel allegedly drafted bogus consulting agreements to fend off disgruntled hedge fund investors.
International Investment Group’s David Hu faces a maximum sentence of 45 years in prison.
Andrei Tyurin targeted JPMorgan Chase Bank, E*TRADE, Scottrade, and The Wall Street Journal.
Eric Whitehead, of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, faces 20 years in prison for using company assets to pay for personal expenses.