Sham deals and careless advice: how the Tallinn Stock Exchange is being manipulated

Yanar Stamm, Head of the Penal Enforcement Section of the Financial Supervision Authority. Photo: Liis Treimann

Anyone who believes that market manipulation means only transactions for personal gain are mistaken. According to the Financial Supervision Authority, market manipulation may turn out to be incorrect statements or opinions that lead to significant price movements in the market. You can become a market manipulator even by transferring money from one account to another through the exchange.

According to Yanar Stamm, the head of the Penalty Enforcement Department of the Financial Supervision Authority, the concept of “market manipulation” is very broadly interpreted and in practice it is sometimes difficult to figure out where there is manipulation and where not.

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