This book concentrates on the restatement of the law contained in Part 5 of the Criminal Justice Act 1993. It sets out the law and practice governing the commission of the criminal offence of insider dealing (and of certain other securities market offences) in the United Kingdom. In doing so, it also places the relevant legislation into the context of securities law as a whole. The historical background is explained and there is discussion of the way in which securities business is effected in the City and how it is presently regulated. The book is practical in its approach and will therefore appeal to experienced practitioners and compliance officers.
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Gil Brazier is a solicitor specialising in securities and financial services law.Review:
clear and comprehensive coverage of the regulation of the UK securities industry in respect of insider dealing the authors stated aim is to provide a useful text for lawyers, compliance officers, regulators and those involved in professional of securities industry education. Viewed from this perspective, the author is to be commended ... a useful book for those working in the securities industry, and for lawyers and others who require a practical statement of the law in this area. -- Scottish Law Gazette, 1997.
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