February 5, 2015 / 6:13 PM / 3 years ago

BRIEF-Four settle SEC insider trading charges linked to Silicon Valley

Feb 5 (Reuters) - * SEC says charges four people in California insider trading ring, and that

those charged to pay more than $1.6 million to settle * SEC said ex-Barclays Capital analyst john gray and christian keller traded on

merger information that keller learned while working at 2 Silicon Valley

companies * SEC said gray and keller attempted to conceal trades in a brokerage account

held by gray's friend kyle martin * SEC said gray also tipped aaron shepard with non-public information to trade

in advance of corporate announcements * SEC said gray, keller, martin, shepard settled without admiting wrongdoing * SEC said keller had provided confidential information while working in

finance at Applied Materials Inc and Rovi Corp

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