Growth of e-trading is pushing compliance technology up the agenda
Compliance tech spending in 2015 is set to
rise by nearly a fifth compared to last year as regulatory
changes sweep the market, a report has found.
Research firm Aite Group predicts company
spend on compliance technology will reach $441m (£280m)
in 2015, up from the $375m in 2013, which is a 18% increase
over the two years.
In its latest report, 'Trade Surveillance
and Monitoring Technology: Defining the
Ecosystem,’ Aite suggests a robust compliance
capability is not a "nice to have," but a competitive
differentiator for both brokers and execution venues.
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