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Corporations & Market Abuse: Why It Needs To Be A Priority

Watch this free video to learn how to prevent market abuse in your firm

In this video, corporate compliance attorney Jonathan Armstrong from Cordery Compliance and Terry Dawson from StarCompliance discuss market abuse as it relates to non-financial corporations. In the world of financial services, firms are heavily regulated, and so have the notion of market abuse and the significant consequences of such behavior thoroughly ingrained in their thinking and their compliance functions. Non-financial corporations are more likely to focus on company stock trades by senior leadership as a compliance issue, rather than private trades made by employees. Jonathan Armstrong talks about why this type of thinking needs to change, and how non-financial firms can learn a lot from financial services firms when it comes to locking down important avenues of potential market abuse. 

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