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Jarrow, "Derivative Security Markets, Market Manipulation, and Option Pricing Theory," Working Paper, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, 1992.
Triantafyllides explained that the alleged market manipulation took place at a time when the relevant Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) directive had been suspended.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Federal Trade Commission, and CFTC have similar statutes prohibiting market manipulation through the use of fraudulent methods.
The ruling establishes beyond doubt that former bank employees did not engage in market manipulation.
As the capital markets in the GCC are emerging markets and are relatively new, it has been challenging implementing a comprehensive regulatory framework, including regulations protecting against market manipulation and insider trading," said CBB director of the Capital Markets Supervision Directorate Ali Salman Thamer.
The maximum penalties for market manipulation and accounting fraud will be raised to 10 years in prison or a fine of 10 million yen from the previous five years and 5 million yen.
According to a Reuters report, investigators are probing the possible use of chat room forums as potential venues for collusion and market manipulation.
htm) Hong Kong regulators are reported to have launched their own investigations into allegations of currency market manipulation.
He brings a breadth of industry experience in market surveillance and has participated in numerous litigation matters pursuant to claims of market manipulation, specifically in the energy and natural gas sectors.
The Osaka District Court on Thursday found a former Osaka Securities Exchange vice president not guilty of market manipulation, saying he conducted dubious stock deals only to ''activate the market.
Indeed, the LTCM episode has no obvious bearing on what are arguably the central issues in the OTC derivatives study--whether or in what circumstances government oversight is appropriate to deter fraud or market manipulation and how best to provide legal certainty regarding the enforceability of OTC derivative contracts.
Some of the more common frauds involve accounts manipulation to boost results to and give bigger bonus payments, market manipulation to artificially inflate share prices, and the covering up of bad debts or declining asset value.