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The Market Abuse Directive Disclosure Regime in Practice: Some Margins for Future Actions


Carmine Di Noia


ASSONIME

Matteo Gargantini


Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law

June 10, 2009

Rivista delle Società, No. 4/2009, 2009

Abstract:     
The paper provides an analysis of some of the major problems which have emerged in the aftermath of the Market abuse directive (MAD) implementation and makes some proposals for the revision of the MAD regime with respect to issuers obligations. After briefly describing the MAD regulatory framework, the paper deals with the topic of the single notion of inside information in the context of issuers’ disclosure obligations and the delay in the disclosure of inside information, as well as with rumours and directors’ dealings. The problem of safe harbours and accepted market practices is then debated.

The overall results of the analysis show that, in spite of the intended setting of a coherent European regulation on issuers’ and intermediaries’ duties, some further actions are still needed in order to reach a thorough harmonisation across the EU.

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Date posted: June 10, 2009  

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Di Noia, Carmine and Gargantini, Matteo, The Market Abuse Directive Disclosure Regime in Practice: Some Margins for Future Actions (June 10, 2009). Rivista delle Società, No. 4/2009, 2009. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1417477

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Carmine Di Noia (Contact Author)
ASSONIME ( email )
Piazza Venezia 11
ROMA, 00187
Italy
Matteo Gargantini
Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law ( email )
4, rue Alphonse Weicker
Luxembourg, 2721
Luxembourg
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