ICE’s surveillance tech was used to identify suspicious trading patterns
The City of London Police has said
Wednesday that it has seized $22 million from a suspected
Russian Crime Gang after it arrested a broker in March on
suspicion of using the Intercontinental Exchange’s
(ICE) futures market to launder money.
The seizure and arrest came after a four
month investigation by the UK police unit which used
ICE’s market surveillance technology to identity
suspicious trading patterns on the futures market.
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