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    Canadian Regulators Would Love To Be Able To Listen In On Suspected Insider Traders, Too, Please

    A couple of notoriously lax securities regulators would like to see the adjective “notoriously lax” excised from before their names. First, to Toronto, where the Ontario Securities Commission is looking longingly at Preet Bharara’s ability to command the entire FBI to stop what it’s doing to surreptitiously tape some mid-level hedge fund analyst’s phone calls.

    / Mar 28, 2014 at 12:01 PM
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    What Qualifies As Insider-Trading Now

    Richard Bruce Moore managed to get hit by two different theories of insider-trading in two countries—without ever actually getting a hot tip.

    / Apr 22, 2013 at 3:44 PM
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    CIBC Banker Used His Networking Skills For Evil

    To get in trouble for insider trading, the information you trade on has to be “inside” information in some sense. Just standing outside a company’s offices and seeing who walks in, and extrapolating from that, is probably not insider trading. Seeing where corporate jets land is mostly not insider trading, to the point that it […]

    / Apr 16, 2013 at 2:40 PM

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