Unformatted text preview: prove the guilt of insider trading. Granting this kind of power to law enforcement is scary, and I hope warrants for this kind of investigation remain difficult to obtain. Additionally, hedge-fund managers are complaining that this kind of investigation is hurting their ability to communicate with company executives. But again, I’m conflicted. Insider trading is very hard to prove. While the U.S. has been cracking down heavily in recent years, the rest of the world is as well. Developing countries are progressing this much slower, however. Russia has only recently made insider trading a criminal offence. In want of solidifying the global market, more universal enforcement is needed....
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- Fall '11
- criminal law, Federal Bureau of Investigation