Fabrice Tourre

Forbes  Jun 16  Comment 
Egol is the former head of collateralized debt obligation (CDO) trading at Goldman Sachs and boss to Fabrice Tourre, known more broadly as 'The Fabulous Fab,' for his role in a controversial Abacus CDO 2007-ACI trade that got Goldman hauled in...
Wall Street Journal  May 27  Comment 
Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs trader found liable for securities fraud last year, said he won't seek an appeal challenging the federal jury's verdict.
Wall Street Journal  Mar 13  Comment 
Former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre was ordered to pay more than $825,000 after a federal jury last year found him liable of violating federal securities laws and defrauding investors.
MarketWatch  Mar 12  Comment 
A federal judge has ordered Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. trader, to pay more than $825,000 for his role in securities fraud. The order Wednesday, by Judge Katherine Forrest, combined $650,000 in civil penalties and...
New York Times  Mar 12  Comment 
New York Times  Mar 4  Comment 
The former Goldman Sachs trader had been scheduled to teach an undergraduate course on economic analysis beginning March 31. But a University of Chicago spokesman said on Tuesday that he would no longer be an instructor.
New York Times  Jan 22  Comment 
In a court filing, lawyers for Fabrice Tourre attacked the Securities and Exchange Commission’s pursuit of more than $1 million in penalties over his role in creating a soured mortgage deal, calling it "unreasonably severe.”
Yahoo  Jan 22  Comment 
In papers filed Tuesday night with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Tourre said the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission was not justified in demanding that he pay $1.15 million, including a $910,000 fine, as punishment. Tourre was accused...
Wall Street Journal  Jan 7  Comment 
Federal judge denies Fabrice Tourre's motion for a new trial, rejecting the former Goldman Sachs trader's arguments that a jury relied on insufficient evidence to find him liable for securities fraud.
Jutia Group  Dec 17  Comment 
[at Bloomberg] - Fabrice Tourre, the ex-Goldman Sachs Group Inc. vice president found liable for his part in a failed $1 billion investment, should pay $1.1 million in fines, disgorgement and interest, the U.S. Securities ... Read more on this. ...
guardian.co.uk  Dec 17  Comment 
Judge asked to impose stiff penalties on 'Fabulous Fab', who was found liable in 2007 mortgage deal that lost investors $1bn The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked a federal judge to order the former Goldman Sachs...


Fabrice Tourre is a Goldman Sachs Vice President who was charged with securities fraud by the SEC on April 16th 2010. The SEC claims that he had misrepresented facts while selling CDOs to investors.

He is a graduate of Stanford University and has worked for Goldman Sachs since July 2001.

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