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Financial crime specialists Rahman Ravelli discusses the US Department of Justice’s approach so far to spoofing in an article for Law360

15 September 2020

Posted in: Market Manipulation.

With only two spoofing cases having gone to criminal trial so far in the US, Rahman Ravelli wrote an article that analysed the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) approach to such cases.

The Commodity Exchange Act defines "spoofing" as “bidding or offering with the intent to cancel the bid or offer before execution’’ - meaning it is illegal for traders to enter orders onto securities exchanges that they do not actually want to be filled.

In their piece, which was published by Law 360, Rahman Ravelli considers the DOJ’s tactic of presenting high-frequency traders as the defendants' intended victims – a move he believes is designed to engage with the trial jury. 

The full article featured on Law360 and can be read here. (Subscription Required)

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