The Criminal Liability of Corporations for Insider Trading in Australia: Proposals for Reform
The regulation of insider trading - the act of trading in securities or other financial products while in possession of relevant non-public, price-sensitive information - is a controversial and complex area of corporate law. Although there has been a marked increase in the number of individual offenders convicted of insider trading in recent years, there has never been a successful criminal prosecution of a corporation for insider trading in Australia, or even a successful set of civil penalty...[Show more]
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