The US Securities and Exchange Commission said on Wednesday that it had issued a $ 3.6 million prize to a whistleblower whose information and assistance led to a successful enforcement action.
Earlier this week, it also awarded about $ 22 million to two whistleblowers in another
As for the $ 3.6 million price, the information the whistleblower led the agency to launch a new error investigation, according to a statement Emily Pasquinelli, Acting Head of the SEC Whistleblower Office.  In the case earlier this week, on Monday, the SEC said it had awarded $ 18 million to a whistleblower and a $ 4 million award to a second whistleblower to provide information and assistance it said was crucial to a successful enforcement action. against a finance company.
The Agency said in its statement that the major award was a recognition that the first whistleblower was the first source of the investigation, while A Second Whistleblower provided information much later, after the investigation had already begun.
The SEC does not identify whistleblowers or the companies involved.
The SEC said it has awarded approximately $ 842 million to 1