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GE Fraud – A Bigger Fraud Than Enron

GE Fraud – A Bigger Fraud Than Enron

The information compiled and analyzed in this Report was gathered using publicly available information and two paid subscription services. No Material Non-Public Information was obtained or utilized during the drafting of this Report. The Report does not purport to be, nor constitute, investment advice.
This Report has been made available to both the public and select Law Enforcement entities. Certain information in the Report has been made available to Law Enforcement entities only, and has been omitted from the publicly released version.
Potential for Compensation
Prior to the initial distribution of this Report on August 15, 2019, the Company entered into an agreement with a third-party entity to review an advanced copy of the Report in exchange for later-provided compensation. That compensation is based on a percentage of the profits resulting from the third-party entity’s positions in the securities, derivatives, and other financial instruments of, and/or relating to, General Electric Company (“GE”) (NYSE: GE). Those positions taken by the third-party entity are designed to generate profits should the price of GE securities decrease.
Prior to the initial distribution of this Report on August 15, 2019, the Company also submitted this Report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Whistleblower Program and the U.S. Department of Justice’s FIRREA Whistleblower Program. Both or either of those submissions may generate profits for the Company independent of the financial performance of GE and/or the securities, derivatives, and other financial instruments of, and/or relating to, GE.

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