Germany to Adopt EC Insider Trading Regime and Strengthen Centralization of Enforcement in the Wake of Scandals

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Friday, November 1, 1991
Volume: 
7
Issue: 
11
Abstract: 
In the wake of an insider-trading "scandal," involving the investigations by Frankfurt city prosecutors of approximately 150 cases of possible tax evasion connected with securities trading, calls and promises for strengthening German laws to comply with the European Community insider trading regime and to strengthen the centralization of its own laws and enforcement of insider trading have occured.