[Forbes] - The regulator says Ian Hannam engaged in market abuse when he discussed nonpublic information via email regarding bids for a Heritage Oil. (Important to note that the case is not against the bank.) The insider trading accusation is not what makes this
[New York Times] - This month, Ian Hannam, JPMorgan Chase's global chairman of equity capital markets in London, resigned after the regulator fined him £ ($ ) over disclosing inside information. Mr. Hannam is appealing the decision. In January, the prominent
[Compliancy Services] - The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published a Decision Notice for Ian Hannam, the Chairman of Capital Markets at JP Morgan Cazenove. The Decision Notice indicates that the FSA has decided to fine Ian Hannam £ for market abuse.
[Financial Times] - In several cases, including that of former JPMorgan banker Ian Hannam, no trading took place. Mr Hannam is fighting the allegations. The crucial test in investigations of this type is whether the information is timely, precise and price-sensitive.
[Reuters] - Prominent JP Morgan dealmaker Ian Hannam was fined pounds for market abuse in early April, a punishment he is appealing. Pottage has had the backing of UBS throughout the case and is still an employee of the firm in Switzerland.
Ian Charles Hannam (born March 1956) is a British investment banker, and founder of Hannam & Partners. He was previously Vice-Chairman of JPMorgan, where he became known as the "King of Mining", but was fined £450,000 for insider trading in Early life · Career · Robert Fleming · Pyser
[Cinco Días] - ¿Quién llenará el vacío de Ian Hannam? La dimisión del banquero de JP Morgan deja un agujero en el mercado de Londres. Hannam, de 56 años, es la figura más destacada de su generación en el mercado de capitales de Londres. No solo trajo a una serie de
[Le Monde] - Moins discret, Ian Hannam, le président de la division marchés financiers de la filiale londonienne de JP Morgan, a été contraint de présenter sa démission, début avril, sur fonds de soupçon de délit d'initié. Une semaine plus tard, c'était au tour de
[Le Monde] - De plus, l'affaire Iksil est intervenue deux jours après le scandale de délit d'initiés qui a conduit à la démission de Ian Hannam, banquier vedette de la filiale britannique, à la suite de sa condamnation par le régulateur de la City à une lourde