Trading in UK Law

  • Insider trading – unsolved issues
    • Núm. 26-3, July 2019
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 786-792
    Purpose: This paper aims to show that, despite the development of prevention mechanisms for banks, undetected insider trading remains highly feasible. It, thereby, highlights that the current anti-...
  • The Global Trading System
    • Núm. 57-4, December 2002
    • International Journal
  • Cross‐Border Insider Trading
    • Núm. 8-3, January 2001
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 254-263
    Some 40 years have now passed since the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) began seriously to attack the problem of insider trading in its seminal Cady, Roberts decision. Since then, a com...
  • The illiberal trading state
    • Núm. 50-1, January 2013
    • Journal of Peace Research
    Liberal systemic theory is built on the assumption that the system’s dominant configuration is a Kantian confederation of major powers. In addition to being a democratic cluster, the liberal core i...
  • Singapore: New Insider Trading Legislation
    • Núm. 8-2, April 2000
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 178-180
    Hitherto, perhaps the most striking gap in Singapore's insider trading legislation has been the lack of effective civil remedies for insider trading. This and several other issues have been address...
  • Trading futures.
    • Núm. 2007, September - December 2007
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Fraser, Robin
    • Letters - Letter to the editor
    ...In "Forward-looking finance" (July/August), Robert Shaw recommends avoiding the Beyond Budgeting movement and the balanced scorecard. But he is misinformed about the issues that Beyond Budgeting addresses and also about the reasons why the balanced s......
  • Wrongful Trading: An Impotent Remedy?
    • Núm. 4-1, March 1996
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 38-46
    Improved creditor and community protection seemed attainable goals when Professor Daniel Prentice described s. 214 of the Insolvency Act (‘s. 214’) as ‘one of the most important developments in com...
    • Núm. 44-3, May 1981
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Review: Canada: A Trading Nation
    • Núm. 57-4, December 2002
    • International Journal
  • The New Sunday: Reregulating Sunday Trading
    • Núm. 58-1, January 1995
    • The Modern Law Review
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