Insider dealing is understood to be the act of dealing in unpublished price sensitive information and it is seen to go against the principle of equal access to information. There have been controversies regarding whether insider dealing should be prohibited, this book aims to justify the need for its prohibition. Through this book the author would investigate the role of Top Executives and their alleged activities in such mala-fied practice. This book will attempt to provide its own approach to the problem of insider dealing. It would examine the basis of such prohibition and the form in which the law should intervene. It would then examine the problem of the regulation of insider dealing in respect to existing Indian Laws and the lacunas if any in the context of Insider Trading. The book ponders upon the various theories behind making Insider Trading a prohibited activity. Based on this proposition, the book investigates the shortcomings of the current regulation of insider dealing in India. It primarily aims at having a comparative analysis of the Indian Regime with US and UK and to render reasonable recommendations for reforms where ever necessary.