The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 also introduces the offence of ‘market abuse’ which could be of relevance in a marketing context. ‘Market abuse’ is defined by reference to certain specified behaviours in relation to qualifying investments traded on a prescribed market (or in respect of which a request to be admitted to trading has been made) and certain related investments1.
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