Nasdaq purchases buy-side surveillance vendor to integrate behavioral analysis into market oversight
The Financial Instrument Reference Data System (FIRDS) will go live on July 17, 2017.
John hopes that preparations for the incoming regulation are top of the New Year’s resolutions pile for asset managers.
The implementation of the Market Abuse Regulation last year was a small sample of what the market can expect when Mifid II takes effect next year.
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After years of rigorous sell-side regulations, the buy side is experiencing its turn in the spotlight as the eventual implementation of Mifid II approaches, but John thinks the European regulators need to decide on a more clearly defined position.
John matches up UK political party leaders with their most likely financial technology startups.
RIMES’ RegFocus offering is designed to reduce the risk of insider dealing and market manipulation for the buy side and helps firms comply with the new MAR regime.
Market abuse surveillance capabilities deployed on European fixed-income multilateral trading facility.
The message from regulators is clear: firms must comply with current European regimes. But in the longer term, the answer is that the only certainty is uncertainty
Firms need to adopt new technologies in data surveillance and monitor communications to check for market manipulation intent
Jean-Marc Levy tells WatersTechnology that the vendor will build more predictive tools to monitor employees, expand into Europe and expand beyond financial services.
European regulator talks to trading venues before testing, to centralize data reporting and liquidity calculations