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Quebec’s securities regulator has fined a Montreal man $11.2 million and sentenced him to a three-month jail term for fraudulent market manipulation scheme it refers to as a “pump and dump” scheme.
Jean-François Amyot is one of five people and two companies that pleaded guilty to charges laid against them almost three years ago during a trial earlier this year.
They were accused of market manipulation involving five companies whose value L’Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) says was falsely portrayed, tricking people into buying their stocks.
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