160190 – Avoiding Insider Trading
Avoiding Insider Trading explains what illegal insider trading is and how to avoid it.
Employees receive instruction on who is considered an insider and what constitutes insider or material, nonpublic information. This course also covers best practices for handling material, and nonpublic information—including not sharing it with unauthorized parties or using it to make investment decisions.
Lastly, this course outlines the consequences of noncompliance and offers guidance on how to report known or suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.
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Key Terms: accidental disclosures | blackout dates | blackout periods | confidential information | handling | insiders | Insider Trading Sanctions Act of 1984 | material, nonpublic information (MNPI) | non-retaliation | remote work | reporting | Securities Exchange Act of 1934 | sharing | stock market | tipping | trading windows | unfair advantages | working remotely