The Market Abuse Directive and the Notion of Inside Information - Case C-19/11 Markus Geltl v Daimler AG

Hellenic Review of European Law (2012) Vol. 32, Issue 2-3 pages 257-264

10 Pages Posted: 21 May 2013

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Thomas Papadopoulos

Department of Law, University of Cyprus

Date Written: October 31, 2012

Abstract

This case note analyzes the implications of Case C-19/11 Markus Geltl v Daimler AG. This case note focuses on the notion of inside information in the context of the market abuse directive. The notion of ‘precise information’ is scrutinized. Some interesting interpretations are adopted.

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Keywords: Directives 2003/6/EC and 2003/124/EC, Inside information, Notion of ‘precise information’, market abuse

JEL Classification: K22, K20

Suggested Citation

Papadopoulos, Thomas, The Market Abuse Directive and the Notion of Inside Information - Case C-19/11 Markus Geltl v Daimler AG (October 31, 2012). Hellenic Review of European Law (2012) Vol. 32, Issue 2-3 pages 257-264, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2267295

Thomas Papadopoulos (Contact Author)

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Nicosia, 1678
Cyprus

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