The Market Abuse Awareness e-learning provides insight into the Market Abuse Regulation and helps you avoid unconsciously taking part in market abuse.
As an employee of a financial organization, you are regularly confronted with the risk of market abuse and the many rules that must prevent it, such as the Market Abuse Regulation, an insider regulation or the DSI code of conduct. These rules and codes are aimed at protecting investors and improving the integrity of the financial markets. But how can you make sure to comply with them?
The Market Abuse Awareness e-learning provides insight into the regulation regarding market abuse and helps you prevent insider trading or market manipulation.
Accredited by Holland Quaestor
This course is accredited by Holland Quaestor (HQ), the association of Dutch trust offices, and provides employees in the trust sector with 2 PE-points.
The Market Abuse Regulation applies to all employees of financial institutions, such as banks, investment firms and institutions, pension funds and insurers.
The Market Abuse e-learning is a course at HBO (higher vocational education) level. Specific knowledge is not required, but we do assume that you have basic knowledge of financial services.
The Market Abuse Awareness e-learning provides insight into the regulations regarding market abuse. After completing the course, you will be able to recognize signals of market abuse and comply with the Market Abuse Regulation. You will also know what to do in cases of (the appearance of) market abuse and what measures to take in order to prevent market abuse.
The main goal is that we all maintain trust in the financial markets and to make sure that investors, your customers, your employer and finance professionals such as yourself are not harmed.
This e-learning starts with a baseline measurement to determine whether you can take the test immediately or whether it is best to study the theory first
- Laws and regulations
- Insider trading
- Market manipulation
- Other regulations
- Preventing market abuse
Test Market Abuse Awareness
Market Abuse Awareness certificate
The training takes between one and two hours to complete, depending on your prior knowledge about the subject.