Insider Trading in Hong Kong


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Insider Trading in Hong Kong
A Critical Analysis of the Adequacy and Efficacy of Civil and Criminal Remedies
Current Insider Trading Law Regimen in Hong Kong
The securities markets are based upon the free exchange of equity shares of companies were prices are established by market conditions and the relative strengths and weakness of the underlying corporations. The prices are subject to fluctuations due to the market’s interest in the particular instrument and can rise and fall based upon conditions affecting the corporation or market that it derives its profits from. There are vast profits and potentially catastrophic losses that investors can incur as the prices fluctuate with the market. The basic premise of profiting from the market...
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