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AuthorGregory Durston
LanguageEnglish
PublisherWaterside Press
Publication Date14 February 2018
Author 2Mohsin Zaidi
Book DescriptionSince the Financial Crisis of 2008, criminal prosecution has moved to centre-stage as the Financial Conduct Authority's preferred means of punishing and deterring insider dealing (the illegal practice of trading with access to sensitive non-public information). The Little Book of Insider Dealing looks at all aspects of the 'insider' offences established by the Criminal Justice Act 1993, including their history, punishment and rationale, as well as their (slightly uneasy) relationship with the overlapping civil regulatory regime that also governs such financial misconduct. Topics covered also include: detection, compliance, surveillance, suspicion, reporting obligations, enforcement and (civil and criminal) penalties and warnings, plus there is a strong focus on the evidential and a wealth of examples from real life cases.
Editorial ReviewAn excellent introduction, an invaluable aid, Much more than a primer, an indispensable first point of reference'-John Ryder QC; 'An extraordinarily good book. We cannot commend it highly enough for anyone involved in this industry.'- Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers.
About the AuthorGregory Durston is a barrister-at-law who has taught in Law Schools in England and Japan. He was Reader in Law at Kingston University, Surrey and the author of Whores and Highwaymen: Crime and Justice in the Eighteenth-Century Metropolis (Waterside Press, hardback 2012; paperback 2016) and Fields, Fens and Felonies: Crime and Justice in Eighteenth-Century East Anglia (Waterside Press, 2016). Gregory Durston is a barrister-at-law who has taught in Law Schools in England and Japan. He was Reader in Law at Kingston University, Surrey and the author of Whores and Highwaymen: Crime and Justice in the Eighteenth-Century Metropolis (Waterside Press, hardback 2012; paperback 2016) and Fields, Fens and Felonies: Crime and Justice in Eighteenth-Century East Anglia (Waterside Press, 2016). Mohsin Zaidi is a barrister in practice at 6KBW College Hill specialising in corporate crime and investigations. Before transferring to the Bar, he was a solicitor at Linklaters LLP where he worked on a number of complex and high profile matters, including major investigations into FTSE 100 companies and financial institutions. In 2013, he was appointed judicial assistant to Lords Sumption and Wilson at the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. He is a member of the Serious Fraud Office Prosecutions C Panel and also of the New York Bar. Mohsin read Law with European Law at Keble College, Oxford University and thereafter worked as a research assistant to an academic at Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
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