Corruption and Fraud in Financial Markets
Malpractice, Misconduct and Manipulation
- ISBN: 9781119421771
- Editorial: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Fecha de la edición: 2020
- Lugar de la edición: Hoboken (NJ). Estados Unidos de Norteamérica
- Encuadernación: Cartoné
- Medidas: 25 cm
- Nº Pág.: 624
- Idiomas: Inglés
Identifying malpractice and misconduct should be top priority for financial risk managers today
Corruption and Fraud in Financial Markets identifies potential issues surrounding all types of fraud, misconduct, price/volume manipulation and other forms of malpractice. Chapters cover detection, prevention and regulation of corruption and fraud within different financial markets. Written by experts at the forefront of finance and risk management, this book details the many practices that bring potentially devastating consequences, including insider trading, bribery, false disclosure, frontrunning, options backdating, and improper execution or broker-agency relationships.
Informed but corrupt traders manipulate prices in dark pools run by investment banks, using anonymous deals to move prices in their own favour, extracting value from ordinary investors time and time again. Strategies such as wash, ladder and spoofing trades are rife, even on regulated exchanges - and in unregulated cryptocurrency exchanges one can even see these manipulative quotes happening real-time in the limit order book. More generally, financial market misconduct and fraud affects about 15 percent of publicly listed companies each year and the resulting fines can devastate an organisation's budget and initiate a tailspin from which it may never recover.
This book gives you a deeper understanding of all these issues to help prevent you and your company from falling victim to unethical practices.
Learn about the different types of corruption and fraud and where they may be hiding in your organisation
Identify improper relationships and conflicts of interest before they become a problem
Understand the regulations surrounding market misconduct, and how they affect your firm
Prevent budget-breaking fines and other potentially catastrophic consequences
Since the LIBOR scandal, many major banks have been fined billions of dollars for manipulation of prices, exchange rates and interest rates. Headline cases aside, misconduct and fraud is uncomfortably prevalent in a large number of financial firms; it can exist in a wide variety of forms, with practices in multiple departments, making self-governance complex. Corruption and Fraud in Financial Markets is a comprehensive guide to identifying and stopping potential problems before they reach the level of finable misconduct.