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The regulation of insider trading in australia: a historical and comparative analysis
(Scielo South Africa, 2015)
Notably, in Australia, market abuse practices like market manipulation and other market misconduct practices are expressly prohibited under the Corporations Act as amended by the Financial Services Reform Act. In the light ...
An overview analysis of selected challenges in the enforcement of the prohibition of insider trading and market manipulation in the European Union and South African regulatory frameworks
It is submitted that cross-border trading in securities has caused a great number of challenges for various national regulators, especially with regard to the enforcement of market abuse laws. For instance, cross-border ...
The requirements for adequate security in Lieu of an enrichment Lien
Pheiffer v Van Wyk 2015 5 SA 464 (SCA) is a key decision in the South African enrichment law because it satisfactorily and authoritatively deals with the following problematic lien-related aspects: (a) whether a third party ...
The functions of selected human rights institutions and related role-players in the protection of human rights in Zimbabwe
Various violations of the human rights of ordinary people and human rights defenders have been reported in Zimbabwe since the late 1980s. It is widely acknowledged that such violations have been perpetrated mostly by the ...
Selected aspects of the regulation of insider trading and market manipulation in the European Union and South Africa
The increasingly global market has given rise to increased interaction and interdependence among national regulators as well as investors in different jurisdictions. However, this has brought several regulatory problems ...
Are the rights of business employees preferred more than the rights of comestic employees?
(Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, 2016)
This case note examines, inter alia, the effect of a sequestration order on the debtor and relevant stakeholders such as creditors, shareholders and other interested parties (see s 20 read with s 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 19, 21, ...