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Lessons from More than a Decade-Long History of Sanction in France

Author(s): Laure de Batz M.A.,
Type: Others
Year: 2018
Number: 0
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Published in: Oxford Business Law Blog
Publishing place: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/business-law-blog/blog/2018/02/lessons-more-decade-long-history-sanction-france
Keywords: AMF Administrative punitive sanctions Asset management companies Fraud Regulation listed companies
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Abstract: Since its creation in 2003, the Enforcement Committee of the French Financial Market Authority (AMF) has sanctioned market players which violate the set of rules to which they are subject. Four main regulatory breaches are targeted by the AMF: 1) any violation of the Monetary and Financial Code and the AMF General Regulation (i.e. a failure to comply with professional obligations by regulated professions); 2) breaches of insider dealing regulations (use and/or divulgence of insider information for investment decisions); 3) price manipulations (deliberate misconduct to influence securities prices and fair price formation); and 4) breaches of public disclosure requirements (failure to comply with financial reporting laws and regulations).

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