How 10b5-1 Changes Will Impact Insider Behavior & Analysis

On April 1, 2023, new SEC regulations go into effect. They will impact how corporate insiders utilize Rule 10b5-1 plans to sell stock and what information they must disclose. The aim is to reduce opportunistic use of Rule 10b5-1 plans. While the changes will have a meaningful impact on insider selling behavior, they may not be how the SEC intended.

Learn from VerityData’s research team as they cover Rule 10b5-1 changes and how they will likely impact insider selling behavior.

  • How Rule 10b5-1 regulations are changing.

  • Likely impacts on insider behavior.

  • Why the increased disclosure will benefit investors.

  • How to use 10b5-1 selling for idea gen & risk management.

Featured Speaker(s) for this Event

Ben Silverman
Director of Research
Ben oversees research for VerityData, a role he’s had since the company’s inception in 2004. He has over 20 years of experience as a research specialist and is a trusted resource for publications like Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times on insider transactions.
C. Max Magee
Senior Analyst
Max has been covering insider activity, equity compensation, and other datasets for VerityData since 2011. He has been in the investment research field since 2006. In this role, he has developed or contributed to many of the concepts and theories that the VerityData platform is built on today.