Track Insiders in Compliance 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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The UK’s biggest ever Insider Trading Case Reaches a Verdict

This Monday saw two men, Martyn Dodgson and Andrew Hind found guilty of insider trading after a four month trial in what is Britain’s biggest ever insider trading case.

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SEC action leaves PR guru speechless

THE Securities and Exchange Commission has accused a public relations guru of insider trading for accessing non public information to purchase shares.

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'Rolex Mans' insider trading friend named

'ROLEX mans' insider trading friend has been publicly named by his lawyer.

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Bristol-Myers Executive Accused Of Insider Trading

[August 2012] -- Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (BMY) executive Robert Ramnarine was charged with insider trading for making $311,361 in illegal profit by buying stock options in three companies targeted for acquisition.

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