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Those shareholders that own stock prior to the IPO This group includes officers, directors, employees and pre-IPO investors both individual and corporate
Those people who are directors or senior officers or individuals who hold more than a 10% voting interest in the company If these people buy or sell shares (publicly or privately) in their company, they are doing what is referred to as Insider Trading
In general, employees of a company that have knowledge that is not known to the public are considered insiders Management, directors, and significant stockholders fall in this category, as well as others with knowledge of the operations of a company The SEC restricts the time periods and manner in which insiders can trade stocks
are the officers and other major shareholders of a company They are required to fill out specific paperwork with the SEC when buying or selling their shares, commonly referred to as Insider Trading
These are directors and senior officers of a corporation -- in effect those who have access to inside information about a company An insider also is someone who owns more than 10 percent of the voting shares of a company
These are directors and senior officers of a corporation-in effect, those who have access to inside information about a company An insider also is someone who owns more than 10% of the voting shares of a company
plural of insider
those people who identify with and belong to a community and/or have a dependent relationship with the community
Management, directors and significant stockholders are regarded as insiders because they are privy to information about the operations of a company not known to the general public Insiders are restricted in the timing and manner in which they can dispose of shares
The board of directors and officers of a company It can also be someone who has a large voting share in the company These insiders are said to possess "insider information "
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In stock exchange trading, the term for persons who have privileged information due to their professional status or because of other circumstances It is illegal to use such information for personal gain in security transactions Violations of this regulation may result in fines or imprisonment
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A shareholder who owns more than 10% of a corporation, or a corporate officer
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Person such as a corporate officer or director with access to privileged company information; sometimes includes shareholders owning 10% or more of a company's stock
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Any person who has or has access to relevant non-public information about a company, including directors, officers and any stockholder who owns more than 10% of a corporation
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An insider has a fiduciary relationship with the issuer of securities being traded Traditional insiders include directors, officers, persons who own more than 10% of a company's stock, employees of the issuing entity, and the issuer itself See "Fiduciary Relationship "
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{i} one who belongs to a certain group or place; one who has access to privileged information
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The preferred term for an alter; a person inside the system
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A person who has special knowledge about the inner workings of a group, organization, or institution
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An insider is someone who is involved in a situation and who knows more about it than other people. An insider said, `Katharine has told friends it is time to end her career.'. someone who has a special knowledge of a particular organization because they are part of it   outsider
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A person, such as an executive or director, who has information about a company before the information is available to the public
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Restricted Securities Underwriter
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Anyone having access to material corporate information Regulations prohibit the trading by those possessing inside information
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A person or entity who is presumed by law to be privy to non-public information about the internal operations and plans of a corporation An insider is usually an officer or director of a corporation, but may also be an advisor, broker, or a beneficial owner of 10% or more of a class of a corporation's stock Insiders are required to report to the SEC, when they buy or sell their company's stock or options
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A person who is within an enclosed space
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Person party to confidential information on the strength of his or her professional position Normally used in connection with information which when made public is likely to have a significant influence on the price of securities insider transactions
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an officer of a corporation or others who have access to private information about the corporation's operations
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Anyone with access to material information about a company that is not publicly available, including the company's directors and senior officers Also, anyone owning more than 10% of the voting shares
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(of individual debtor) Any relative of the debtor or of a general partner of the debtor; partnership in which the debtor is a general partner; general partner of the debtor; or corporation of which the debtor is a director, officer, or person in control
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Directors, Officers, and others who know of or have access to confidential information about a firm, which has not been released to the general public An insider is not permitted to trade the stock on the basis of such information
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Any relative of the debtor or of a general partner of the debtor; partnership in which the debtor is a general partner; general partner of the debtor; or corporation of which the debtor is a director, officer, or person in control Top
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trading Financial transactions based on material information not available to the public, punishable by civil and criminal penalties
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Person with access to key information before it is announced to the public Usually the term refers to directors, officers, and key employees, but the definition has been extended judicially to include relatives and others in a position to capitalize on inside information Insiders are prohibited from trading on their knowledge
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Directors, senior officers and any other people, such as lawyers and accountants, who can be presumed to have access to non-public information concerning a company It also includes anyone owning more than 10% of the voting shares in a corporation
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A person, such as a corporate officer, director, or majority shareholder, who has access to material nonpublic information about a company or the securities market
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A person, such as an executive or director, who has information about a company before the information is available to the public An insider also is someone who owns more than 10% of the voting shares of a company All insider trades must be disclosed to the Securities and Exchange Commission However, it is illegal for insiders to trade on corporate information that hasn't been released to the public yet Many professional investors watch insider activity closely for clues to a company's future BACK TO TOP
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An insider is anyone who, as a member of the management or of the supervisory board, on the basis of his participation or on the basis of his profession, becomes aware of unpublished facts which could have a significant effect on market prices (§ 13 of the WphG Securities Trading Act) An insider is not allowed to buy or sell insider securities, either on his own behalf or on behalf of others Moreover, he may not divulge insider facts to any other person or recommend a third party to buy or sell insider securities (§ 14 of the WpHG) Failure to comply with the bans may result in criminal proceedings against the insider
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All directors and senior officers of a company and those who may be presumed to have access to inside information concerning the company An individual owning more than 10% of the voting shares in a company is also considered an insider
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A director, officer, or person in control of the debtor; a partnership in which the debtor is general partner; a general partner of the debtor; or a relative of a general partner, director, officer, or person in control of the debtor Back > To top
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Any person who directly of indirectly owns more that ten (10) percent of any class of stock listed on a national exchange or who is an officer or director of the company in question
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a person who already works for a firm and has some influence over wage and hiring policy (chapter 8)
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