Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Goes to the SEC
Corporate Crime Reporter
December 5, 2012
Jordan A. Thomas "shocked" by the size of alleged misconduct by Deutsche Bank
Troubled by the bank's unwillingness to acknowledge and appropriately address this significant valuation problem, Ben-Artzi sought legal representation from Labaton Sucharow and reported the possible securities violations to the SEC's Whistleblower Program.
"When Dr. Ben-Artzi first consulted with me, I was shocked by the size and scope of the alleged misconduct," said Jordan Thomas, a former SEC Assistant Director and chair of the Whistleblower Representation Practice at Labaton Sucharow. "This is exactly the type of significant and unreported securities violations that the SEC Whistleblower Program was intended to address. It is one of many high-profile matters in the pipeline."