Market Surveillance 2.0: Beyond the Crisis
Today, regulatory scrutiny of capital markets participants is more intense and the risk of rogue or erroneous trading is more acute than ever. Firms need to detect and respond in near real time to market abuse, manipulation and rogue algorithms – across asset classes, markets and jurisdictions. But this often is not enough. To manage regulatory and reputational risk in the post-crisis era, participants need to be able to implement new surveillance tools as any asset class or trading style draws new scrutiny. TabbFORUM’s “Market Surveillance 2.0: Beyond the Crisis” Spotlight, sponsored by Software AG (Apama), highlights the technologies and techniques that are powering efficient, customizable market surveillance platforms, allowing firms to stay ahead of evolving regulatory requirements.
31 Dec 2014
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