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It is not known whether the four SCANA insiders had knowledge of the confidential report and whether that influenced their decisions to sell SCANA stock.

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Longtime ethics watchdog John Crangle, a lawyer, said Friday that it’s legitimate to question whether those SCANA insiders acted on the basis of information they had that the public didn’t.


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SCANA added, “Officers and directors of SCANA are subject to SCANA’s insider trading policy, which requires that purchases and sales of SCANA securities by officers and directors be made in compliance with securities laws ...”

Why is insider trading considered unethical? - Quora
It is illegal for people, called insiders, who are in a position to learn about the inner workings of a publicly traded company such as SCANA, to sell or buy stock shares in that company on the basis of nonpublic information that could affect the company’s stock price. Insiders include board members, corporate executives and other key personnel.

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Current and former officials of the S.C. power company giant SCANA since early 2016 have sold chunks of stock worth more than $3.4 million, months before a damaging report about the company’s nuclear reactor project became public, according to public filings of insider stock trades.

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The four SCANA insider sellers identified in public filings all sold their stock – more than 53,000 shares total – at approximately $65 per share between late February 2016 and May of this year. The largest trade was for $2.7 million in early May, when one insider liquidated all holdings.

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Effective on June 17, 2008, the Corporate Governance Committee and the Board of Directors of the Company adopted an amendment to the Code to permit the use of pre-approved, written trading plans complying with Rule 10b5-1(c) under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (“Rule 10b5-1 Plans”). The amendment to the Code permits exemptions from the insider trading policies and procedures for transactions in Franklin Resources, Inc. securities which are effected pursuant to pre-approved Rule 10b5-1 Plans.