Keeping up with the insider traders

Insider traders often get caught in the most unorthodox ways – in bed with a mistress or acting as a regulator intended to protect a deal's integrity. Since the GFC, the game has gotten tougher.

In the Wild West days before the global financial crisis, so much seemed easy and lax. Credit, for sure, but also insider trading and market manipulation. For some, credit’s even cheaper – if you can get it – but the banks aren’t tossing it round like confetti any more. Insider trading is far less likely too, not thanks to economic conditions but the sustained clamp down since the GFC – and the court victories – achieved by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.


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