Stock market regulator SEBI’s high-level committee, set up to review insider trading norms has asked for inputs and suggestions from the public.

Insider trading is the act of buying or selling scrips by an entity, who is an insider (promoters, key management personnel and the like), on the basis of unpublished price sensitive information.

SEBI has asked people to table the issue they wish to raise, give their suggestions and the rationale behind. The suggestions should be sent by May 16.