Achieving transparency with surveillance as a service.
type of trading behavior that can be categorized as
manipulative or disruptive is generally not prescriptive in
nature. This will likely continue despite requests for clarity
across market participants.
agencies are becoming much more aggressive in mitigating
activity that can undermine confidence in the markets, placing
additional responsibility on today’s compliance
teams. As a result, new expectations for proactive trade
surveillance are gaining increased attention, especially as
companies also seek to eliminate breaches of internal controls
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