Salomon Brothers' agreement to settle federal civil charges stemming from its role in 1991 treasury auction scandal: hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, September 29, 1992, Volume 36, Issues 102-129
U.S. G.P.O., 1993 - Law - 44 pages
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activities agencies alleged announced ANTHONY auction process bids in Treasury bill billion unauthorized bid blue-collar crime BREEDEN CARRINGTON Chairman PICKLE claims fund committee Congress criminal Department of Justice DICK SCHULZE Drexel Burnham Lambert enforcement Exchange Commission false bids Fannie Mae federal securities laws firm firm's going Government securities market hearing Honorable Jerome investigation involved J. J. PICKLE Justice Department market participants marketplace ment Michael Milken million of securities million settlement negotiation penalties potential POWELL primary dealer questions record restitution fund Richard Breeden Salomon Bros Salomon Brothers Salomon created Salomon paid Salomon received Salomon settlement Salomon submitted SEC's complaint Securities and Exchange securities in response senior management SEPTEMBER 29 serious settle settlement agreement settlement discussions statement SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT Tax Code tax deductible thing tion trading Treasury auctions Treasury Department Treasury securities trying U.S. Attorney U.S. Government U.S. Treasury Notes violated the law wrongdoing