Compliance Challenges for Insider List and MNPI Management under MAR

The European Market Abuse Regulations (MAR) have been with us for a few years now. Their purpose was to make companies more transparent and fight the problem of insider trading. But despite being introduced in 2016, the evidence suggests that most UK businesses are not yet compliant with the law and firms are struggling to handle material nonpublic information (MNPI).

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Track Insiders in Compliance (MNPI) with Market Abuse Regulations

Technology makes keeping material non-public information (MNPI) in compliance with securities laws and regulations a lot easier. As a longstanding priority to prevent insiders from wielding unfair market advantage, regulators on both sides of the Atlantic have explicit guidelines surrounding the sharing of MNPI among corporate insiders in advance of trading and investment deals.[1] 

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AML News Roundup: The Past 21 days in Corruption News

We have selected some of the AML news highlights from the past 21 days across the globe and condensed them into this short blog post.

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Five Fast Facts about MAD II

The Market Abuse Directive II (MAD II) goes into effect this year. The new regulation will require firms to enhance employee supervision and take closer look at their organizational compliance practices. For those unfamiliar, MyComplianceOffice has compiled five fast facts to serve as an introduction.

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