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Former Ambu employee fined for "negligent insider trading"

A 45-year-old man accused of having abused confidential knowledge while employed at Ambu has been fined DKK 100,000 (USD 13,500).

A former Ambu employee has been fined for insider trading | Photo: Ambu/PR

A former leading employee of medtech firm Ambu received a DKK 100,000 (USD 13,500) fine for insider trading on Monday.

The fine was imposed in a court in Lyngby, Denmark, according prosecution’s counsel, Martin Kromann.

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