Finance Bromance Ends With Pal Wearing a Wire in Insider Case – Bloomberg Law

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By Greg Farrell
They were business school buddies who landed at top Wall Street firms — Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Barclays Plc — lived for a time in the same Manhattan high-rise, played squash regularly and partied overseas together.
And then one of them wore a wire and recorded his friend allegedly asking him to delete incriminating text messages.
Former Goldman banker Brijesh Goel was arrested last month for insider trading. His friend, ex-Barclays trader Akshay Niranjan, is “co-conspirator 1” in the criminal complaint against Goel, and the man who turned on his buddy, according to people familiar with the matter. …
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