Australia eyes insider trading crackdown
Australia is planning to crackdown on insider trading by monitoring meetings between companies and investment analysts.
Regulators will conduct random checks on firms to ensure that market sensitive information is not being passed on to professional investors.
Rico Hizon spoke with Sumit Agarwal, from the National University of Singapore Business School and asked if it will be easy to track such activities.
12 Jul 2013
- From the section Business