Back Running

Back running (sometimes called after running), like front running and parallel running, is an abuse of information by an asset manager which breeches the trust of a client.

The term “back running” denotes the exploitation of rate changes caused by buying or selling client assets on behalf of the client with the express purpose of raising the value of an asset manager’s personal investments.

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