LAW ENFORCEMENT INSIDER TRADING IN THE INDONESIAN CAPITAL MARKET
This study aims to analyze the law enforcement of insider trading in the Indonesian capital market. The research method used is juridical normative with a statutory approach. The results show that Insider Trading is a practice in which corporate insiders conduct securities transactions (trading) using the exclusive information they have (inside non-public information) which means that all information is important and can affect the price of securities and this information has not yet. Announced to the public. Insider trading is one of the most sophisticated crimes in the world which is generally carried out in a very complicated mode and is very difficult to trace. The regulation regarding the crime of insider trading is regulated in Law Number 8 of 1995 concerning Capital Market and Law Number 21 of 2011 concerning the Financial Services Authority, it is hoped that it can resolve the alleged Insider Trading case to the Court and is not limited to providing administrative sanctions to the perpetrators.
Law Enforcement, Crime, Insider Trading, Capital, Market.