Dealing in stocks and shares can be a risky business and traders deserve to conduct business in a fair and honest marketplace. This means the perpetrators of dishonest practices face severe penalties.
The two types of market abuse are insider dealing and market manipulation. These are serious criminal offences that can lead to fines and imprisonment. It is important to recognise this and avoid doing anything illegal.
Firms must have proper controls and procedures in place to prevent, identify and report market abuse. These processes are further supported by this e-learning.
In this e-learning course, you’ll learn the market abuse regulations and the simple steps organisations and individuals can take to make sure they comply with them.