CFDs and spread bets are particularly vulnerable to being used for insider dealing due to the speculative and leveraged nature of the products.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will pursue a re-trial of Stuart Bayes and Jonathan Swann for insider dealing offences.
The FCA will now consider whether to seek a re-trial of Stuart Bayes and Jonathan Swann for insider dealing.
This concludes the civil proceedings commenced by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).
Leading the acquisitions was NAGA.com CEO Ben Bilski, who bought €200,000 in NAGA shares, at prices of between €7.77-€8.09.
The FCA has commenced criminal proceedings against former Goldman Sachs International analyst Mohammed Zina and his brother Suhail Zina.
Chow Chiu Chi, company secretary of China Automation, was sentenced to 45 days of imprisonment for insider dealing.