Trade surveillance and market abuse: COVID, costs, and compliance on demand webinar
Last year, the potential for market abuse in fund management firms accelerated globally after staff first began to work from home. Figures suggest that just under 6% of suspicious transactions set off alerts amongst investors.
Headline news stories about the rise of market abuse and the challenges of monitoring trade surveillance since COVID-19 continue to make compliance teams nervous, as they try navigate new dynamics and rising compliance costs. It's no secret that remote working has made abuse in this area harder to monitor and detect.
Watch the recording to find out more about these headlines, including the challenges compliance teams are facing and solutions that can help. Firms are in need of data they can trust, powering a fully integrated platform that makes complying feel like an asset to business, rather than another cost.
- A look at some of the headline case studies seen in the news
- Discussion of challenges firms are facing when it comes to trade surveillance and market abuse monitoring, particularly since the explosion of remote working
- How are innovative technology (AI, machine learning, data analytics) and reliable data helping regulated institutions manage their compliance costs, needs and future direction?
In partnership with b-next
At Refinitiv, we partner with b-next to provide our joint Market Surveillance solution, combining b-next software with our market leading data.
Our combined offering allows customers to repurpose resources across their Compliance functions, through automating tasks around Trade Reconstruction, Visualisation and Order Book Replay, in turn allowing them to save data costs from rationalising their News, Pricing and Historical requirements.