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Executive Stock Sales Face More Scrutiny as SEC Tightens Rules

Bloomberg Law

20 Dec 2021

Jina Choi spoke to Bloomberg Law about the Securities and Exchange Commission proposing a rule that would establish a period between when executives can schedule a trade and then sell their stock, in order to take advantage of a safe harbor from enforcement.

“Executives may rethink how to use these plans but I don’t think they’re going to get much sympathy if they complain about these amendments,” Jina said.

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