Stock Insider Trading (from SEC Form 4)
TGXSF / Tigenix Sa insiders include .
Tigenix Sa insider trades are found here. Insiders are officers, directors, or significant investors in a company. In general, it is generally illegal for insiders to make trades in their companies based on specific, non-public information. This does not mean it is illegal for them to make any trades in their own companies. However, they must report all trades to the SEC via a Form 4.
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- Open market or private purchase of non-derivative or derivative security
- Open market or private sale of non-derivative or derivative security
- Grant, award, or other acquisition of securities from the company (such as an option)
- Conversion of derivative
- Sale or transfer of securities back to the company
- Payment of exercise price or tax liability using portion of securities received from the company
- Gift of securities by or to the insider
- Equity swaps and similar hedging transactions
- Exercise or conversion of derivative security received from the company (such as an option)
- A transaction voluntarily reported on Form 4
- Other (accompanied by a footnote describing the transaction)
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