International Regulation of Insider Trading

Thursday, January 1st, 1987 at 12:00 am by Ronald E. Bornstein and N. Elaine Dugger
Ronald E. Bornstein and N. Elaine Dugger, International Regulation of Insider Trading, 1987 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 375

The growing volume of international securities transactions and increased public awareness of the problem of insider trading have brought to light weaknesses in the ability of nations to regulate insider trading, and have brought into sharper focus the need for international cooperation in the detection, investigation and prosecution of insider trading. As a result, the trend toward improving the system of international regulation of securities transactions will no doubt continue.

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Mr. Bornstein and Ms. Dugger are attorneys with the firm of Thelen, Marrin, Johnson & Bridges, San Francisco.