Recent Developments in Insider Trading and Market Abuse Regulation in the US, EU and Asia MP3 recording

    Recent Developments in Insider Trading and Market Abuse Regulation in the US, EU and Asia MP3 recording

    Recent Developments in Insider Trading and Market Abuse Regulation in the US, EU and Asia MP3 recording

    In the wake of the financial crises that began in 2008, there has been a dramatic uptick in the number and the scope of insider trading enforcement actions and criminal prosecutions brought by regulators globally. In the US the SEC and the DOJ have made it clear that they will aggressively pursue civil and criminal actions against ...
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    In the wake of the financial crises that began in 2008, there has been a dramatic uptick in the number and the scope of insider trading enforcement actions and criminal prosecutions brought by regulators globally. In the US the SEC and the DOJ have made it clear that they will aggressively pursue civil and criminal actions against insider trading with increased attention on hedge funds, "expert networks" and other market participants. There has also been a new aggressive stance taken by the regulators in the UK and Hong Kong on insider dealing and market abuse, where in both markets criminal prosecutions are on the rise. This program reviews recent developments in the US, the UK (e.g., the Einhorn/Greenlight Capital case) and at the EU level as well as in key Asian markets and identifies some of the key issues that securities law practitioners should be aware of and concerned about in the area of insider trading and market abuse regulation in the international financial markets.

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    Section of International Law

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    5210225MPL

    Publication Date

    8/1/2012 12:00:00 AM

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