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Insider Dealing

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ISBN13: 9780406700698
ISBN: 0406700699
Published: August 1989
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



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This work provides a detailed treatment of insider dealing in the light of the Financial Services Act 1986 and other recent developments. It will be of interest to lawyers, company secretaries, stockbrokers, merchant bankers, and investment managers.

Areas covered include the regulatory framework, criminal liability, civil liability, disclosure, administrative regulation and investigation.

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Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Part 1 Introduction: empirical assessment; theoretical considerations.
Part 2 The regulatory framework: the department of trade and industry; the director of public prosecutions; the serious fraud office; the police; the bank of England; the securities and investments board; the recognised self-regulating organisations; the recognised professional bodies; the panel on take-overs and mergers.
Part 3 Criminal liability: statutory provisions.
Part 4 Civil liability: liability to the company; liability to shareholders and others; branch of confidence; breanch of statutory duty; conflicts of interest.
Part 5 Disclosure: the rationale of disclosure regulation; timely disclosure; insiders reporting.
Part 6 Administrative regulation: restrictions on dealings; standards of conduct for investment business; enforcement.
Part 7 Investigation: the serious fraude office; the police; the securities and investments board;l the self-regulating organisations; the stock exchange; the panel on take-overs and mergers; companies; international aspects.
Part 8 Conclusion: should insider dealing be regulated?; why does insider dealing regulation takes its present form?; how should insider dealing be regulated?.