(1) Directive 2003/6/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 28 January 2003 on insider dealing
and market manipulation (market abuse)
The Belgian court asked the EU Court of Justice to provide an interpretation of Directive 2003/6/EC on insider dealing
and market manipulation(1).
became a criminal offence - whereupon almost everyone got away with it.
The European Commission has published three working documents that seek to clarify how the new Directive on insider dealing
and market manipulation (Directive 2003/6/EC) can be best implemented.
THE boss of one of Ireland's biggest property companies, Dunloe Ewart, went on trial yesterday charged with insider dealing
The study, by academics from the London School of Economics and the Universities of Bristol and Exeter, showed that directors of publicly quoted companies often trade their own shares profitably without breaking insider dealing
EU Ministers have adopted a common position on the Commission's proposal for a Directive to curtail market manipulation and insider dealing
A FULL-blown insider dealing
investigation has been launched into Welsh frozen food giants Iceland.
The claim is being investigated by a French magistrate, who is also looking into accusations of insider dealing
by financial institutions at the time of a 1994 share offering.
The initiative is one of the centrepieces of the Financial Services Action Plan, and the drive to create an integrated financial services market by 2005.--The Insider Dealing
Directive (89/592/EEC) was adopted more than a decade ago.
It has led to allegations of Caribbean insider dealing
from the Easter Road dressing room - Latapy received his vote from Turks and Caicos coach Charlie Cook - and a week of merciless ribbing to lighten a week of heavy training in the rain.
Champion, of Harborne Park Road, Harborne, Birmingham, pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to 13 counts of insider dealing
, mostly relating to companies in the Midlands.