A former Goldman Sachs analyst used confidential information to make more than 140,000 pounds ($176,800) from shares in listed companies, prosecutors told a London court on Thursday. Mohammed Zina, 35, who was employed by Goldman Sachs International in its conflicts resolution group in London, is accused of six offences of insider dealing relating to shares in six companies, including Arm Holdings and Punch Taverns. Zina is standing trial at Southwark Crown Court alongside his brother Suhail Zina, 36, who was a lawyer at law firm Clifford Chance and is accused of letting his sibling use a trading account in his name to buy and sell shares between July 2016 and December 2017.
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