Director’s Dealings

In finance, the terms director’s dealings and management transactions refer to all securities transactions performed by entities who could possibly be privy to insider information (See also: Insider trading).

Purchases or sales of securities by the management of the company which issues those securities can potentially be considered as director’s dealings if they do not follow correct procedures.

Regulations which may be placed to prevent director’s dealings include waiting period for the purchase or sale of securities by the issuing company’s directors, management or employees.

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