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Westpac to fight Ausgrid insider trading claim

Westpac to fight Ausgrid insider trading claim

Westpac is challenging the corporate watchdog’s accusations of insider trading and unconscionable conduct towards clients.

  • by Clancy Yeates

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How Westpac found itself in the frame for alleged insider trading
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How Westpac found itself in the frame for alleged insider trading

While ASIC does not characterise it as a test case, a win for the regulator could open a can of worms for others that inhabit this arcane market.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Rich-lister garbo in the gun: Ian Malouf's premises raided
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Rich-lister garbo in the gun: Ian Malouf's premises raided

Rich-lister Ian Malouf, once the nation’s richest garbo, is the subject of a probe by the corporate watchdog into allegations of insider trading.

  • by Kate McClymont
Former Sirtex boss released after insider trading conviction

Former Sirtex boss released after insider trading conviction

Former Sirtex CEO Gilman Edwin Wong was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment on Thursday but released on a good behaviour bond after being convicted of insider trading.

  • by Colin Kruger
Goldman banker in insider trial hid $35,000 cash in sunglasses case

Goldman banker in insider trial hid $35,000 cash in sunglasses case

The case was hidden in a dresser drawer in the senior banker's closet, prosecutors say. His lawyer argues it's not unusual to have large amounts of cash at home.

  • by Anthony Lin
Inside trades everywhere: ANU research

Inside trades everywhere: ANU research

Company directors sell on good news, buy on bad, an Australian study has found

  • by Shane Wright
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Insider trading volumes on the increase, warns ASIC

Insider trading volumes on the increase, warns ASIC

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission says it's keeping an eye on companies in the materials sector after finding a spike in suspicious trading.

  • by Sarah Danckert