Preventing Insider Trading (Comprehensive Course)

Code:
EL31357
Objective:

At the conclusion of this course, you should be able to:Define "insider trading."Identify who is considered an "insider."Summarize Federal Trading Laws.Describe the two theories associated with insiders.List the six groups who should concern themselves the most with insider trading.Identify "material information."Define "non-public information."Describe the role of the SEC and the importance of the Securities and Exchange Act.Describe how the Sarbanes-Oxley Act stiffened penalties for those found guilty of insider trading.

Description:

This course introduces the concept of insider trading. You will learn what constitutes insider trading and who is characterized as an 'insider.' This course will also shed light on the many negative effects of insider trading and how best a company can prevent this type of activity. This course also introduces the SEC's laws for compliance in relation to insider trading. You will also learn about insider trading plans and the types of information they should include.

$89.00

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