New regime for public firms

Legislation implementing European market-abuse laws and other rules introduced this month, which have updated and strengthened Irish insider-dealing laws, have already led to significant changes in the way Irish plcs go about their business.

15th October, 2005

Legislation implementing European market-abuse laws and other rules introduced this month, which have updated and strengthened Irish insider-dealing laws, have already led to significant changes in the way Irish plcs go about their business.

Using inside information to buy or sell financial instruments is an offence, as is disclosing inside information to any other person, unless it is done in the normal course of employment or duties. It also introduces for the first time a...

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