(Source: Wall Street Journal By Ashby Jones) – With the exception of one high-profile SEC suit (Fabulous Fab, anyone?), regulators and prosecutors haven’t pointed too many fingers at Goldman Sachs, post financial-crisis (at least not publicly).But that soon might be changing.
Goldman executives expect to receive subpoenas soon from U.S. prosecutors seeking more information about the securities firm’s mortgage-related business, according to this WSJ story by Liz Rappaport and Jean Eaglesham.
Source: Wall Street Journal By Ashby Jones
May 20, 2011, 9:15 AM ET
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