Market Abuse Fundamentals Course (MAR)

Market Abuse Fundamentals Course (MAR)

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    London Stock Exchange

    10 Paternoster Square


    EC4M 7LS

    United Kingdom

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    A London Stock Exchange Group Course

    About this event

    Please note: due to Covid-19, we are running the Market Abuse Fundamentals course remotely (using MS Teams) until further notice. Please do contact us if you have any questions. 

    The Market Abuse Fundamentals Course provides training on all elements essential in meeting the requirements of the UK market abuse regime, both from a civil and criminal perspective.  All our courses are delivered by experts in the regulatory field.

    There are various course dates available throughout 2022.  

    Course Dates 2022

    16th February 2022

    30th March 2022

    11th May 2022

    22nd June 2022

    Further dates to be added

    Course Details

    The foundation course provides training on all elements essential in meeting the requirements of the UK market abuse regime, both from a civil and criminal perspective, including:


    • Evolution of the UK market abuse regime
    • Importance of market conduct and integrity
    • Structure of the legislation

     Market abuse criminal regime

    • Insider dealing
    • Market manipulation
    • Criminal sanctions

     Market Abuse Regulation (MAR)

    • Application – who is obligated, what financial instruments, what markets
    • Scope and exemptions
    • Breaches and penalties
    • Inside information and insider dealing
    • Public disclosure of inside information
    • Insider lists
    • Market soundings
    • Market manipulation
    • Managers’ transactions
    • Investment recommendations
    • Whistle-blowing
    • Relevant case studies

     Systems and Controls

    • Prevention and detection of market abuse: Best practice measures and regulatory expectations
    • Market abuse risk assessments
    • Automated and manual surveillance arrangements
    • Suspicious transaction and order reports (STORs)
    • Typical signs of market abuse and potential red flags
    • Relevant case studies

    If you have any questions please contact us on the following email address:

    Who is this course suitable for?

    This course is suitable for anyone who is involved with trade or transaction reporting.


    £600 plus VAT (UnaVista clients)

    £800 plus VAT (Non-UnaVista clients)

    NB: Fee can be invoiced or payment can be made with a debit or credit card at checkout.

    Other courses you might be interested in

    UnaVista and the London Stock Exchange run a number of other courses on both financial regulation and the UnaVista platform, please check the website for the most up to date times. 

    Please contact us on +44 (0)20 7797 1214 for further details on our products and services.

    Can't attend this time? Register your interest here for the next Transaction Reporting Foundation Course.

    Before booking, please ensure you have read our cancellation policy.

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