- adj. Acting against fraud.
- anti- + fraud. (Wiktionary)
“A municipal borrower that misleads investors in borrowing documents or uses money raised for other purposes could violate antifraud provisions.”
“In 2003, the SEC ordered Miami to cease and desist from future violations of antifraud provisions after concluding the city had misled bond buyers by moving money among agencies to mask a deficit.”
“WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama is expected to call on Congress in his State of the Union address Tuesday to pass legislation to toughen antifraud laws governing the financial industry, a person familiar with his plans said.”
“The SEC's Complaint charges Poteroba, Koval, and Vorobiev with violating Section 10 (b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10-b5 thereunder, the general antifraud provisions of the federal securities laws, and Section 14 (e) of the Exchange Act and Rule 14e-3 thereunder, the tender offer fraud provisions.”
“The SEC sent St. Joe notice on June 24 that it had issued an "order of private investigation" covering a variety of issues, including antifraud provisions of federal securities laws and issues related to compliance in reporting public information by St. Joe stockholders who own more than a 5% share in the company, including Fairholme Funds Inc., the investment firm controlled by Mr. Berkowitz, the filing said.”
“Meanwhile, antifraud measures, inspired more by misguided fears than actual evidence of widespread cheating, cost the government more to implement than they save.”
“The Obama administration is responding by cracking down on state governments' antifraud measures.”
“Italian Police seized $36 million in assets from Chinese-owned firmscompanies in Italy's textile-making areas near Florence, in an antifraud crackdown on Chinese producers.”
“Italian police seized around $36 million in assets from Chinese-owned companies in textile-making areas near Florence in an antifraud crackdown on Chinese producers.”
“ROME—Police on Tuesday seized €25 million $36 million in assets from Chinese-owned companies in Italy's storied textile-making areas near Florence, in an antifraud crackdown on Chinese producers that have become an increasingly dominant presence in the Italian fashion industry.”
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