Rule 10b5-1 plans: what you need to know
Rule 10b5-1 plans are back in the news. These plans are widely used by officers and directors of public companies to sell stock according to the parameters of the affirmative defence to illegal insider trading available under Rule 10b5-1, which was adopted by the SEC in 2000.
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