The Australian Securities & Investments Commission on Monday launched an insider trading case against Citigroup Inc., which many observers expect will produce a landmark judgment on how investment banks separate their principal trading and merger advisory operations.

ASIC has brought civil charges against Citigroup Australia over trading in shares of transport group Patrick Corp., a company targeted by Toll Holdings, which Citigroup was advising.

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