Market Abuse and Insider Dealing
Tottel Publishing Limited, 2009 - Business & Economics - 286 pages
Completely revised and restructured, the second edition of Market Abuse and Insider Trading defines the nature of insider trading in the UK, examining the crimes of market abuse and insider dealing as well as other fraud-related offenses, focusing on the responsibilities of those engaged in compliance, as well as those who fall within the scope of prohibitions. New chapters include the UK's Financial Services Authority investigations, anti-money laundering law and compliance, as well as new material covering disclosure and reporting of transactions and suspicions, and general Islamic finance aspects.
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The nature of insider dealing and market abuse
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