Insider Trading definition

Insider Trading means the use of Material Non-Public Information to trade in a Security (whether or not one is an Access Person) or the communication of Material Non-Public Information to others. Insider Trading generally includes:
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Insider Trading means the trading of any security while in the possession of material non-public information as to which the Access Person (1) has a duty to keep confidential or (2) knows or should have known was improperly obtained. "Material information" means information that is substantially likely to be considered important in making an investment decision by a reasonable investor, or information that is reasonably certain to have a substantial effect on the price of an issuer's securities. Information is non-public until it has been effectively communicated or made available to the marketplace.
Insider Trading means the use of Material Non-Public Information to trade in a security (whether or not one is an Insider) or the communication of Material Non-Public Information to others. While the meaning of the term is not static, Insider Trading generally includes: (a) trading in a security by an Insider, while in possession of Material Non-Public Information; (b) trading in a security by a person who is not an Insider, while in possession of Material Non-Public Information, where such information either was disclosed to the person in violation of an Insider’s duty to keep it confidential or was misappropriated; and (c) communicating Material Non-Public Information to any person, who then trades in a security while in possession of the information.

Examples of Insider Trading in a sentence

In accordance with the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”), the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Insider Trading and Securities Fraud Enforcement Act of 1988, and the various United Kingdom and other jurisdictions’ laws and regulations, Price Group and the mutual funds (“Price Funds”) which its affiliates manage have adopted this Statement of Policy on Securities Transactions (“Statement”).Price Advisers’ Fiduciary Position.

With regard to Invesco securities, the Insider Trading Policy, among other provisions, prohibits directors, officers, and other Covered Persons who are deemed to have access to material, non-public information relating to the company from trading during specified Blackout Periods (as defined therein).

The Insider Trading Policy prohibits all Covered Persons from using such information in ways that violate the law, including for personal gain.

The Board of Directors of the company has adopted an Insider Trading Policy (“Insider Trading Policy”) which applies to all Covered Persons.

If you have any questions or concerns about compliance with the Code or Insider Trading Policy you are encouraged to speak with your supervisor or the Code of Ethics Administration Department.


More Definitions of Insider Trading

Insider Trading means the purchase or sale of securities of a public company while in possession of material, non-public information or communicating such information to others.
Insider Trading generally means trading in a security on the basis of Material Non-Public Information in violation of a duty to the marketplace, the issuer, the person's employer or client or the like. Passing Material Non-Public Information to another person in violation of such a duty may also be treated as Insider Trading. The circumstances in which such a duty exists are not easily defined. An Access Person of the Company who has Material Non-Public Information about a security should assume that he or she has such a duty unless the Chief Compliance Officer makes a contrary determination.
Insider Trading means the use of material, nonpublic information to trade in a Security (whether or not one is an Insider) or the communication of material, nonpublic information to others. While the meaning of the term is not static, “Insider Trading” generally includes:
Insider Trading means Trading a Security while aware of Material Non-Public Information.
Insider Trading means the use of material, non-public information to trade in a Security (whether or not one is an Insider) or the communication of material, non-public information to others. Given the potential liability related to the Insider Trading and Securities Fraud Enforcement Act of 1988, it is critical that all employees be familiar with this Act. The Act is very vague. This was done specifically to allow regulators flexibility in dealing with potential abusers.
Insider Trading which means the offer, purchase, or sale of securities by any person while in possession of material non- public information directly or indirectly relating to the securities offered, purchased, or sold, in breach of a legally binding duty of trust or confidence;
Insider Trading means actions where insiders use unpublished price sensitive information to arrive at securities trading/dealing (including buying as well as selling) decisions;