Infographic: insider trading in Australia
THE typical insider trader is male, aged between 30 and 49, and holds a company director position, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Melbourne.
The study analysed all insider trading enforcement cases since legislation to prohibit insider trading was introduced in 1971.
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