Street Sweep

MacFadyen, Ken
March 2007
Investment Dealers' Digest;3/12/2007, Vol. 73 Issue 10, p2
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the regulation of insider trading practices by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the U.S. He stated that several nonpublic disclosures by companies led to civil injunctions and penalties. He argued that the penalty should correspond with the crime to combat insider trading activities in the country.


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