NYSE, FINRA to regulate insider trading, erasing overlap

08/14/2008 | Washington Post, The · NYTimes.com

Ten stock exchanges will consolidate resources to monitor insider trading on Wall Street, preventing the common overlap of the past. They will hand the responsibility to the regulation branch of the New York Stock Exchange and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. FINRA, a private regulator, will manage insider-trading surveillance for Amex- and Nasdaq-listed securities, while the NYSE will manage NYSE- and NYSE Arca-listed stocks.

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