Nowadays, the workforce consists of individuals from different generations, backgrounds and personalities. With such a variety of people all wanting different things from their employer, organisations have to offer increasingly alternative benefits to stand out from competitors.
Tom Hardin spent much of his career as a hedge fund analyst focusing on global equities in the technology sector. He became one of the most prolific informants in securities fraud history, credited with helping build criminal cases in “Operation Perfect Hedge”, a Wall Street house cleaning campaign.
The New York Times called him “The secret witness at the center of the biggest insider trading case in a generation.” I recently sat down with Tom Hardin, also known as Tipper X, to discuss his background and how he got to where he is today.