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Market Manipulation Hub

Spoofing and other market manipulation remains a top priority for law enforcement agencies. The line separating legal from illegal trading is often unclear. Avoiding or defending against regulatory action requires deep understanding of markets, trading strategies and the legal framework.

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Market Manipulation

Rahman Ravelli specialises in guiding traders, investors and financial firms through the vast amounts of market manipulation regulation in two of the world’s largest and most active markets: the United States and the United Kingdom. Our cross-border team has vast experience of representing clients facing scrutiny or legal action from these countries’ primary market regulators, including the CFTC, SEC, DOJ, SFO, and FCA. Read more about Market Manipulation Investigations

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Market Manipulation in the UK

Anti-manipulation regulations in the U.K. stem mainly from the E.U.’s Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) No 596/2014, which came into effect in 2016 while the U.K. was still an E.U. member (and therefore continues to has direct application in Br...

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14 February 2021
12 min read

Posted in: Market Manipulation.
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Market Manipulation Under US Federal Law

At the federal level, the key market manipulation regulations are in the 1933 Securities Act, 1934 Exchange Act, 1936 Commodity Exchange Act, and Title 18 of the U.S. Code. While this primer does not address them, each of the states has its...

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7 February 2021
59 min read

Posted in: Market Manipulation.
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What is Market Manipulation?

Besides facilitating the transfer of stocks, currencies, futures, and other financial instruments between buyers and sellers, a basic function of financial markets is to allow participants to communicate information to one another about the...

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31 January 2021
5 min read

Posted in: Market Manipulation.