SEC sues Goldman Sachs & Co. for Securities Fraud

On Friday, April 16, 2010, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced bringing civil fraud charges against Goldman Sachs & Co. SEC's complaint alleges that Goldman Sacks sold securities based on risky mortgage investments without disclosing to buyers that hedge fund Paulson & Co. who had influence in the selection of profolio, was betting the securities would fail. Goldman Sachs has denied all charges. SEC's compliant has not charged Paulson & Co. or its billionaire manager John Paulson.
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