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When is Financial Market Trading Criminal?

Mon, 26 Sep 2016

A Seminar by Red Lion Chambers & TV Edwards LLP. Presentations by Antony Shaw QC (“Common Law offences and markets”); Allison Clare (“Internal Investigations – Subsequent Use During Criminal Proceedings”); Gillian Jones (“Practical Difficulties in Prosecuting and Defending in Trader Fraud Cases”); and Max Baines (“Differences in approach between the SFO & the FCA”).

Speakers

Antony Shaw QC (LIBOR 2 (Defence))
Allison Clare (R v Adoboli)
Gillian Jones (LIBOR 2 (Prosecution))
Max Baines (R v Mustafa & Ors, the FCA’s Largest Insider Trading Prosecution)

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Common Law offences and markets -Tony Shaw QC - notes


Common Law offences and markets - Tony Shaw QC - slides


Internal Investigations - Subsequent Use During Criminal Proceedings -Allison Clare - presentation


Practical Difficulties in Prosecuting and Defending in Trader Fraud Cases - Gillian Jones - presentation


Differences in Approach between the SFO and the FCA - Max Baines - slides


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