Securities And Financial Fraud Unit

An Overview

The Securities and Financial Fraud Unit (“SFF”) focuses on the prosecution of complex and sophisticated securities, commodities, and other financial fraud cases.  Working closely with regulatory partners at the SEC, CFTC, and other agencies, SFF has tackled some of the largest frauds in the financial services industry and a wide mix of market manipulation and insider trading cases.  The SFF Unit also focuses on a broader array of financial fraud, including mortgage fraud, bank fraud, and government procurement fraud.

Contact us Regarding Securities and Financial Fraud

By Mail
Correspondence relating to securities and financial fraud may be sent to:

Fraud Section, Criminal Division
U.S. Department of Justice
ATTN: Chief, Securities and Financial Fraud Unit
950 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20530

Updated February 3, 2017

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