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Ex-Deutsche Bank Broker Among Two Guilty in Insider-Trading Case

  • Dodgson among two convicted by London jury in 10-2 vote
  • Three other defendants are cleared after four-month trial
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A former Deutsche Bank AG managing director and another man were found guilty of insider dealing following a four-month trial that focused on allegations that bankers at respected institutions gave traders tips that generated millions in illicit profits.

Martyn Dodgson, a former corporate broker at the lender, and accountant Andrew Hind were convicted by majority verdict in London Monday in what is considered the country’s biggest insider-trading case. Three other men were cleared following nine days of deliberations.