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The proper management of inside information and its disclosure to the market has become an increasing focus for the FSA. Recent high profile actions against Shell and others are evidence of increased enforcement activity for infringements of a listed company's disclosure obligations.
This is an area where many laws and obligations overlap, and create a regulatory minefield for practitioners. The FSA is now beginning to police listed companies very much as they do authorised firms, and those companies now need to be proactive with regard to their systems and controls.
A Practitioner's Guide to Inside Information draws together all the strands and provides an effective guide through the legislative and regulatory maze. It gives the reader guidance on the practical steps to take to ensure effective risk management and on the establishment and maintenance of appropriate systems and controls.