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    Insider Trading Study Shows Need for Integrating Social Networking into Compliance

    by M&Co. Staff

    Montieth & Company’s CEO and Global Managing Partner, Montieth M. Illingworth, featured in the Wall Street Journal, discusses how the firms Insider Trading Study differentiates from the rest.

    Communication consultants Montieth & Co. compared insider trading cases from the 1980s with those from the past couple of years prosecuted in the Southern District of New York, and found that insider trading has become “socialized,” reflecting the way people now talk and interact with each other.

    “There are no corporate boundaries any more,” said Montieth M. Illingworth, the company’s CEO, in an interview. “People are accustomed to sharing information liberally and indiscriminately…The medium is the model and the enabler.”

    Montieth & Company’s President, Montieth M. Illingworth, featured in the Wall Street Journal, discusses how the firms Insider Trading Study differentiates from the rest.

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