Rule 10b5-1 means,
Rule 10b5-1 means: Rule 10b51, introduced by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2000, allows insiders of public companies to make business plans to sell their shares. This is a description of Rule 10b5 (sometimes referred to as Rule 10b5), which was created under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 and is an important tool used to investigate fraud in securities.
- Rule 10b51 allows company insiders to develop a pre-determined plan to sell the company's stock in accordance with internal trading rules.
- The price, quantity and date of sale should be determined in advance and by a formula or measurement.
- Sellers and agents who sell should not have access to material non-public information (MNPI).
Literal Meanings of Rule 10b5-1
Meanings of Rule:
Exercising maximum power or authority (an area and its inhabitants)
Talk to the authorities and the law.
Draw parallel lines (paper)
A set of clear or comprehensible rules or principles that govern behavior in a particular activity or scope.
Control or domination over an area or people.
Normal or normal condition.
A piece of wood or other hard material used to measure length or to mark straight lines on a ruler.
An order issued by a judge or court in a specific case.
Sentences of Rule
The area is now under the control of elected officials.
Spread the page horizontally and print the information on a ruler.
Understand the rules of the game
The revolution ended British rule.
This accident is an exception rather than a rule.
The plastic template includes a ruler, measurement and drilling instructions.
Synonyms of Rule
prescription, system, ordinance, injunction, run, ruling, government, routine, ruled, administer, standard, order, dominion, manage, judge, sovereignty, statute, precept, authority, command
Meanings of B:
Birth (used to tell birth date)
Seventh note of C major diatonic scale.
(Used to record tricks in chess) Bishop.
Black (used to describe the features of the pencil tip)
(In private ads) Black.
Bombardier (in the designation of an American aircraft type)
The chemical element boron.
Magnetic flux density