- Top 10 key changes introduced by the Market Abuse Regulation
- What is the objective of the Market Abuse Regulation?
- What are the top 10 key changes introduced by the Market Abuse Regulation?
- Market manipulation
- Inside information and disclosure
- Insider dealing and unlawful disclosure
- Market soundings
- Buy-back programmes and stabilisation measures
- Insider lists
- Managers’ transactions
- Investment recommendations
- Further reading regarding the Market Abuse Regulation on LexisPSL
Financial Services analysis: The Market Abuse Regulation came into effect in the UK on 3 July 2016. The Market Abuse Regulation aims to extend the scope of the market abuse regime in the UK to new markets and platforms, new instruments and new behaviours. The Market Abuse Regulation contains prohibitions for extending the definition of market manipulation, reporting suspicious orders as well as transactions (STORs) and creates new frameworks for market sounding and insider lists.
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