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NAVEX Global Online Compliance Training Courses: Insider Trading Trading for Employees and Managers

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Compliance Training
SEC - Insider Trading
All Learners
Insider Trading

Employees and managers at all levels of an organization may have access to confidential material or non-public information about their own organization or those of their business partners. This course helps employees and managers understand their role in protecting material, non-public information and the consequences of disregarding the rules. It also teaches learners about the laws and the organizational policies dealing with insider trading, how to prevent it from occurring and to whom they should report concerns or ask questions.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Definition of material, non-public information
  • Rules and policies related to disclosure and use of material, non-public information
  • Rules against tipping
  • Consequences of violating law and policy
  • Common situations that arise in the workplace
  • Importance of reporting suspected violations to an internal resource

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Explores how to minimize the risk of insider trading and covers what insider trading is, who should be concerned about insider trading, examples of material, non-public information, and the importance of asking questions, and reporting concerns and potential violations internally

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NAVEX Global Online Compliance Training Courses: Insider Trading Training

Insider Trading (Learning Block)

Describes the kinds of information considered “material, non-public” information, emphasizes the importance of safeguarding it and lays out the restrictions – and the consequences – associated with trading in securities (or tipping others to do so) based on that information.

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