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Market Abuse and Insider Dealing


Financial market laws and regulations are there to protect the financial markets and ensure fairness amongst all market participants. Failure to comply with these laws and regulations has serious civil and criminal consequences. If companies are found to have breached these rules it can lead to regulatory action, fines and reputational damage. For employees and other individuals it could lead to fines and possible imprisonment. Knowledge of insider dealing and market abuse is therefore essential to prevent the crystallisation of these risks. 

This module provides an outline of global insider dealing and market abuse regimes and the key differences between them. There is a discussion on what represents an offence and the consequences of a breach. Case studies of past breaches are summarised in order to contextualise the module's key points. 

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Jersey International Business School (JIBS) delivers a wide range of professional qualifications and career development courses to international standards within International Financial Centres.

The school is the exclusive provider in Jersey of International Compliance Association qualifications and Central Law Training programmes which lead to the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners qualification. JIBS deliver a 2-year degree in BSc (Hons) International Financial Services in Jersey, accredited by the University of Buckingham. The independent school was established in 2009 to provide high-quality and effective training and education in Investment Business, Trust and Company Management, Compliance, Anti-Money Laundering, Financial Crime Prevention and Leadership and Management.