Sports agent Brian Fettner will pay more than $250,000 to settle SEC allegations of insider trading ahead of
Fettner snuck a peek at merger documents while visiting the home of a childhood friend who served as general counsel at Cintas, the Securities and Exchange Commission said in a May 7 complaint. He then traded G&K stock using brokerage accounts belonging to his ex-wife and former girlfriend, the agency said.
Though not identified by the SEC, the general counsel for Cintas is Tom Frooman. He has held that position since 2001,...
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