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Insider Dealing eLearning

Your training solution

Our e-learning course on insider dealing covers the rules aiming to prevent abuse of inside information – “market abuse".

The course is extremely flexible and allows users to learn at their own pace and time.

Breaking the rules may result in both civil and criminal penalties. It is important that your executives and employees understand the rules and keep them in mind.

Why do I need this course?

Companies need to make sure all their employees comply with the market abuse rules. The law requires companies to ensure that any “insiders” (employees with access to inside information) are aware of the insider dealing rules. Special rules apply to senior managers.

An elegant solution

We have developed an innovative online training course,  a valuable tool to help companies teach employees and senior managers how to comply with the market abuse rules. After initial training, you can also use the course as a handy refresher of the rules.

What does the course cover?

Explore the content outline of the Insider Dealing course.

Insider Dealing Information and details

Introduction and Details

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insider dealing insider lists

Insider Lists

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Insider dealing dealing and clearance

Dealing and Clearance

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Insider dealing assessment


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Insider dealing additional resources

Your code and other resources

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What clients say about the course


FTSE, AIM and EU listed companies, including Vodafone and WPP, have acquired the course since its launch and have found it informative and helpful in ensuring their employees and senior managers are aware of the impact of the rules and in fostering a culture of compliance.

Experian PLC:
"A good training course which goes through the general market abuse offences as well as the specifics of insider lists, dealing restrictions and notification obligations concisely and effectively."
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Electrocomponents plc:
"A clear, easy to understand course, presenting the information in an uncomplicated way. It is highly interactive and simple to work through."

Some more information


Why use this course

The course combines the market leading expertise of our Employment and Incentives practice, with the extensive experience of our eLearning team, to deliver the highest quality training.

The course includes interactive, scenario-based training with questions at key points within the scenarios to confirm/reaffirm the learner’s understanding. Responses to these “have you understood” questions are not recorded as part of the overall course assessment but the information contained will convey to the learner how to deal with similar situations effectively.

It is easy to navigate through each screen and section of the course, combining the right mix of text, imagery and audio to deliver an effective learning experience.

Customising and delivering your course

The course is delivered displaying your company logo.

The course operates within companies’ own compliance framework without the need for any changes. But we can also customise the course further if you wish; around a third of subscribers have had the course adapted further in this way.

We will work with you to ensure the course is compatible with your learning environment. The course complies with market standard tracking software (SCORM) and can be integrated with almost any Learning Management System (LMS) or operate as a standalone course if an LMS is not available.


What about changes to the market abuse rules?

The current content is based on the law as at August 2021. We will ensure all companies acquiring the eLearning course are notified of any changes in the law, affecting the course contents, within one year of acquisition.

Pricing and licence

Our course is sold on a global licence basis (for an unrestricted number of users across your organisation).


The cost of the standard course is a one-off fee of £3,500 plus VAT (or equivalent).

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