Hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen is considering a return to London after beating a retreat from the UK in the midst of an insider-trading probe 18 months ago.

The New York Post reports that in November 2013, a month after shuttering the London office of Cohen’s SAC Capital Advisors, the firm pleaded guilty to fraud charges and paid a $1.8bn fine — the largest penalty ever for insider trading.

SAC then changed its name to Point72 Asset Management and stopped managing money for outside investors.

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