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SEC charges former Deloitte father, son with insider trading

A former partner at auditing firm Deloitte and his son with insider trading agreed to pay $1 million to settle SEC charges of insider trading. From the release:

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a former Deloitte and Touche LLP partner and his son with insider trading in the securities of several of the firm's audit clients.

The SEC alleges that Thomas P. Flanagan of Chicago traded in the securities of Deloitte clients, often while serving as a liaison between those companies' management teams and Deloitte's audit engagement teams. In this role, Flanagan had access to advance earnings results and other nonpublic information from Deloitte's audit engagements with Best Buy, Sears, and Walgreens as well as the firm's consulting engagement with Motorola. Flanagan made trades in the securities of these and other companies while in possession of the confidential information, and also tipped his son Patrick T. Flanagan who then traded on the basis of the nonpublic information.

The Flanagans agreed to pay more than $1.1 million to settle the SEC's charges.

By Zachary Goldfarb  |  August 4, 2010; 1:35 PM ET
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