BRIEF-SEC says settles insider trading case over Burger King buyout

Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:43pm EST

Nov 30 (Reuters) - Burger King Worldwide, Inc. : * SEC says former brazilian banker agrees to settle insider trading case over

his role in scheme to trade Burger King securities * SEC says igor cornelsen and bainbridge group to pay more than $5.1 million to

settle charges * SEC says cornelsen, bainbridge traded in Burger King options before company

agreed in 2010 to be taken private * SEC says cornelsen sought tips from broker with emails carrying masked

references such as "is the sandwich deal going to happen?" * SEC says its litigation continues against the broker

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