Rajat Gupta (front right), a former Goldman Sachs board member, arrives at Manhattan Federal Court in this May 2012. Expert networks, a matchmaking service linking investors with company insiders, are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding across Asia. Photo: Reuters Rajat Gupta (front right), a former Goldman Sachs board member, arrives at Manhattan Federal Court in this May 2012. Expert networks, a matchmaking service linking investors with company insiders, are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding across Asia. Photo: Reuters
Rajat Gupta (front right), a former Goldman Sachs board member, arrives at Manhattan Federal Court in this May 2012. Expert networks, a matchmaking service linking investors with company insiders, are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding across Asia. Photo: Reuters

Expert networks thriving in Asia, away from US scrutiny

Rajat Gupta (front right), a former Goldman Sachs board member, arrives at Manhattan Federal Court in this May 2012. Expert networks, a matchmaking service linking investors with company insiders, are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding across Asia. Photo: Reuters Rajat Gupta (front right), a former Goldman Sachs board member, arrives at Manhattan Federal Court in this May 2012. Expert networks, a matchmaking service linking investors with company insiders, are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding across Asia. Photo: Reuters
Rajat Gupta (front right), a former Goldman Sachs board member, arrives at Manhattan Federal Court in this May 2012. Expert networks, a matchmaking service linking investors with company insiders, are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding across Asia. Photo: Reuters
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