Nasdaq Smarts is this week hosting its biennial conference in Hong Kong
Companies’ increased focus on
compliance functions is leading firms to up budget allocations
and upgrade technology infrastructure to ensure that they are
monitoring the increasingly complex financial markets,
according to global exchange Nasdaq’s Smarts
There has been a shift in attitudes toward
compliance, said Rob Lang, vice president and head of product
management, risk and surveillance solutions at the exchange
group’s market surveillance unit.
"Compliance has become a key front office
function, as firm reputations are on the line; firms are
increasingly proactive rather than reactive."
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