Case Study: Insider Trading
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This paper defines insider trading and other financial terms. The author points out that the case relates to the question of how to deal with a question of insider trading at an investment banking firm. The paper relates methods of separating the research and the sales functions.
From the Paper:"A working definition of insider trading is that it is an illegal activity that involves trading by management major shareholders or employees of a firm using information that is not yet publicly available. A working definition of the term investment banking firm is that it is a company that facilitates capital restructuring including initial public offerings as well as mergers acquisitions and leveraged buyouts. A working definition of the expression 'Chinese Wall' is an imaginary wall that separates the research department from other departments at ..."
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Case Study: Insider Trading (2005, December 01) Retrieved September 29, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/case-study/case-study-insider-trading-71963/
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