Chitimira

Chitimira, H. (2014) The objective of this article is to provide an overview analyse of the difficulties faced in the current anti-market abuse-enforcement framework in relation to some selected specific aspects of the financial markets in SA. It was done to heighten the awareness of stakeholders about the available legislations. It was also done to investigate if the current S A anti-market abuse-enforcement framework is robust enough to deal with some market abuse-related challenges that manifested during the recent global financial crisis. In relation to this, the article seeks to explore this and other enforcement-related concerns by, first, taking a closer look at the adequacy of the South African anti-market abuse-enforcement framework with regard to remuneration structures and crisis management. Secondly, the adequacy of the South African anti-market abuse-enforcement framework with regard to management of risk will be discussed. Lastly, the adequacy of the aforementioned enforcement framework will be examined in relation to accounting standards
Chitimira, H. (January 01, 2015). Financial market manipulation did not only occer in SA but its something that happens globally. Australia faced market abuse in the past and has now also established a regulatory framework to mitigate or combat these unlawful practices, the article looks at the history of Australia in terms of market abuse practices and highlights available penalties and remedies for it. Lastly, possible recommendations and significant Australian anti-market abuse enforcement approaches that may also be used in South Africa and were stated