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Infringement Notice - Instinet

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In this 30 minute module (including linked reading) you’ll uncover why Instinet Pty Ltd received an infringement notice in relation to their AOP filters and related wash trading by their client. You will also find out how similar breaches can be prevented and mitigated.
CPD/MCLE hours/units - 0.5

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  • Introduction
  • Introduction
  • Timeline of events
  • MIR 5.6.1
  • What does MIR 5.6.1 require of participants?
  • How did Instinet breach this rule?
  • How were Instinet able to offer an AOP system without appropriate filters?
  • How should Instinet have responded?
  • Is a $130,000 penalty typical in this sort of situation?
  • What factors contributed to Instinet’s penalty?
  • Model Behaviour
  • Complying with MIR 5.6.1
  • Complying with MIR 5.6.1 - pg2/2...
  • Model timeline
  • Summary Quiz
  • Summary Quiz
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever