I was wondering if the concept of chinese walls within instutions really work? Do you think private information made available to the private side of the wall really isn't influencing how trades are conducted on the public side? Also in that context, when investors had access to private information (e.g. the private version of a bank book) and are subsequently disqualified from buying a companies public shares - can't they simply let someone else place their trades?
My first internship is yet to come but in theory that seems questionable to me.