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 draft rules lay down tougher criminal penalties, including prison terms, for serious market abuses such as unlawful disclosure of information, insider dealing or market manipulation and also inciting, aiding or abetting them.
Insider dealing is a criminal offence that is punishable by a fine or up to 7 years imprisonment.
A banker who helped advise the Government on its stakes in part-nationalised banks has been charged following the UK's biggest probe into insider dealing.
Ammann, who was fired from the bank shortly after he was arrested in November last year, was also charged with money laundering and encouraging insider dealing.
Insider dealing carries a maximum penalty of seven years in jail, although it could be at least a year before any charges are brought.
Insider dealing in Klovern as well as the company's recent property contracts have boosted the share price to DnB NOR's target of SEK27, which has resulted in a rating downgrade.
Surely there must be laws to cover insider dealing and fraud?
The raids came just days after the announcement of two further criminal prosecutions for insider dealing.
Insider Dealing and Money Laundering in the EU: Law and Regulation Author: R C H Alexander Publisher: Ashgate Price: 55 [pounds sterling] ISBN: 978 0 7546 4926 7
The action was part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of insider dealing in connection with delays in production of the A380 aircraft.
He was received by Internal Market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy to express his "doubts regarding compliance with certain internal market principles" such as free movement of capital, non-discrimination and clauses in the Directive on market abuse (which replaced the old insider dealing legislation).
Jesse Reynolds, program director of the Oakland-based Center for Genetics and Society, and a supporter of embryonic stem cell research, has said that the ``coronation'' of Klein ``may be the most overt case of cronyism and insider dealing in biomedicine yet.