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Case Number: 1:22-cv-10794
Plaintiffs: Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”)
Defendants: Caroline Ellison (“Ellison”) and Zixiao “Gary” Wang (“Wang”)
Filing Date: Dec 21, 2022
Location: US District Court, Southern District of New York
Filer: Jorge G. Tenreiro, David L. Hirsch (not admitted in SDNY), Ladan F. Stewart, Amy Harman Burkart, David J. D'Addio – Attorneys for the Plaintiff
13. Caroline Ellison (“Ellison”), age 28, was employed at Alameda beginning in or around March 2018. Ellison was the co-CEO at Alameda from in or around October 2021 to in or around August 2022, when she became the sole CEO==(2)==. Ellison’s employment at Alameda was terminated on or about November 18, 2022. Ellison, a United States citizen, resided in Hong Kong and The Bahamas during the relevant period.

14. Zixiao “Gary” Wang (“Wang”), age 29, was a co-founder and the Chief Technology Officer of FTX and co-founder and 10% owner of Alameda. Wang’s employment at FTX was terminated on or about November 18, 2022. During the relevant period, Wang, a United States citizen, resided in Hong Kong and The Bahamas.

(2) Ellison served as CEO of Alameda Research Ltd., a subsidiary of Alameda Research LLC. For clarity, as set forth in paragraph 17, the complaint refers to Alameda Research LLC and its subsidiaries collectively as “Alameda.”

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