LeCroy Sixth to Plead Guilty in Philadelphia Case

Cataldo, Adam L.
January 2005
Bond Buyer;1/19/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32052, p6
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Reports that former J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. managing director Charles LeCroy pleaded guilty before the U.S. District Court to wire fraud. Investigation into the awarding of bond underwriting work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Details of the case according to documents filed by federal prosecutors; Indictment of Ronald White, a bond lawyer; Case against Denis Carlson, a former executive with Janney Montgomery Scott, for making false statements to investigators from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


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