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D'Aloisio outlines ASIC policy regarding insider trading and market manipulation

by Hilary Kincaid 2. September 2010 09:48

ASIC has published a copy of the recent speech given by ASIC chairman Tony D'Aloisio at the Supreme Court of Victoria commercial law conference on 13 August 2010.

The speech is a clear summary of:

  • the policy behind enforcement - to maintain investor confidence;
  • the likely effect of the transfer of market supervision to ASIC;
  • how Australian markets are regarded internationally;
  • that ASIC generally considers criminal prosecution to be required for insider trading offences in order to maximise the deterrent effect; and
  • the evidence required for successful prosecution and the importance of acquiring that evidence.

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