Insider Trading and Securities Market Abuse
We never use or share inside information about Clarios, its parent company or any other company for the purpose of trading on the stock market.
In the course of our work, we may have access to information about Clarios, its parent company or other companies, which could potentially be useful to investors. Doing the right thing means showing that we can always be relied on to protect information entrusted to us. “Inside” information consists of details that an investor would consider important in making an investment decision; it is also known as material, non-public information. Using this information for our own benefit or sharing it for the benefit of others is called insider trading. It’s illegal because it provides an unfair advantage and distorts financial markets. Insider trading laws are enforced aggressively, often resulting in heavy fines and imprisonment for those convicted.
We prevent insider trading by: