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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
A Practitioner's Guide to the Law and Regulation of Market Abuse 2nd ed isbn 9780414055988

A Practitioner's Guide to the Law and Regulation of Market Abuse


ISBN13: 9780414044548
New Edition ISBN: 9780414055988
Published: June 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Changes to the UK’s regulatory infrastructure, as well as significant regulatory developments at European level, mean that having a clear understanding of the regimes involved has never been more important.

A Practitioner’s Guide to the Law and Regulation of Market Abuse explains how the market abuse regime operates in practical terms, and aims to familiarise you with the legislative framework and key concepts.

This book:-

  • Discusses the UK’s new regulatory infrastructure including the transition from the FSA to the PRA and FCA
  • Covers the review of the Market Abuse Directive and its implications
  • Looks in-depth at EU level regulatory structure changes and how they affect Market Abuse regulation in the UK
  • Examines the scope of the UK regime and explains when it applies
  • Discusses what constitutes a misleading statement
  • Explains when trading is considered misleading or a distortion of the market
  • Covers tipping and insider trading
  • Deals with market abuse and listed companies and in M&A transactions
  • Covers commodities futures trading
  • Looks at how the market abuse regime applies to the fund management industry

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Chapter 1: Overview of market conduct regulations in the UK
Chapter 2: When does the UK regime apply?
Chapter 3: Insider trading
Chapter 4: Tipping
Chapter 5: Overview of market manipulation
Chapter 6: Market manipulation: misleading statements
Chapter 7: Market manipulation: transactions
Chapter 8: Market manipulation: misleading or distorting the market through conduct (other than trading)
Chapter 9: Practical application: primary markets
Chapter 10: Practical application: M&A transactions
Chapter 11: Practical application: listed companies
Chapter 12: Practical application: sales and trading
Chapter 13: Practical application: commodities futures trading
Chapter 14: Practical application: fund management
Appendices