Inside information must never be used for insider trading.
Inside information is confidential information not generally known to the public. If you have access to it and use it or disclose it to someone else in order to gain unfair benefit in the market place - for example, to buy or sell stocks or shares or influence their price before others know what you know - it's called "insider trading." This is absolutely forbidden.
Serco Group plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange and regulated by the United Kingdom Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). We must strictly follow their regulations.
How do I know if I'm an Employee Insider? - If you regularly or periodically possess inside information or have it because of a project you are working on, then you are an Employee Insider. The Company Secretary will tell you this in writing. Employee Insiders cannot deal in company shares without written approval.
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