US financier Danny Pang arrested by FBI

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April 29, 2009 03:43

 
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California-based financier Danny Pang has been arrested by the FBI on charges of structuring cash transactions so he wouldn't have to report them to federal regulators. The Los Angeles US attorney's office says the founder and former chief executive officer of Private Equity Management Group was arrested Tuesday afternoon. A criminal complaint filed in US District Court in Santa Ana alleges that starting in June 2007, Pang used PEMGroup staff to cash checks for less than $10,000 to avoid filing currency transaction reports required by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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