insider dealing


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insider dealing

the making use of price-sensitive information that is unavailable to investors at large to the extent of dealing in company securities with the object of making a profit or avoiding a loss. Various offences now target the practice.
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The FSA has also embraced more sophisticated, US-style means to deal with financial crime, such as teaming up with the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), as it did during dawn raids last month on an alleged major insider dealing ring.
The reports from the Stock Exchange authorities said that seven other cases of suspected insider dealing were still ongoing.
This work presents a comparative study of the provisions relating to insider dealing under the EC Insider Dealing Directive.
It has only achieved one criminal conviction of insider dealing since its formation in 2001, although there are several more cases currently in the courts.
PERPETRATORS of insider dealing now face a spell behind bars after the City regulator raised the stakes with its first successful criminal prosecution.
Britain's financial watchdog plans to use jail sentences and tougher fines to crack down on insider dealing, after data showed it may have taken place in over a quarter of takeovers last year.
The FA are investigating alleged insider dealing ahead of Harry Redknapp's move to Portsmouth, with punters on Betfair winning a total of pounds 864,000.
It published figures showing insider dealing may have happened before almost a quarter of takeover deals in 2005, a year of heated activity ahead of last year's boom.
a Nevada corporation, coupled with his course of conduct, raises very serious questions of insider dealing, breach of fiduciary relationship, and breach of his director's duties.
Market misconduct, particularly in the form of insider dealing and market manipulation is, put simply, cheating and reduces investor confidence in the UK markets.
Mr Enders, who took up the top post at Airbus this summer, said in his letter: "I have never committed any insider trading, and I have not been accused of insider dealing by anyone, including the AMF.
City watchdog the Financial Services Authority devotes less than 10 per cent of its resources to tackling financial crime, despite fears of rising levels of insider dealing, an independent report revealed.