Green Capital, a regional investment bank, acts as a market maker on an over-the-counter exchange. Additionally, Green also trades for its own book, as well as engaging in risk arbitrage trading. Staff members are allowed to trade in shares once clients and the company have traded. Green recently obtained material nonpublic information regarding a company’s planned reverse takeover of a publicly listed competitor. Which of following type of trading for the shares of the company should Green least likely suspend in order to be in compliance with the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct?
A. Flights on a private airplane to the remote mining sites in China.
B. Ground transportation to National Park.
C. Economy class round trip ticket from London to ShanghaiJohannesburg.