Aegon Asset Management Partners with ACA Compliance for Surveillance

The firm is using ACA's Decryptex to identify fraudulent trading behavior.

Data corridor

Buy-side firms must identify which data to use to best locate compliance risks throughout an organization, says Victor Fernandez, deputy chief compliance officer at Aegon Asset Management.

“The more data that’s out there, the better. But you have to figure out how to use it wisely,” he says. 

Aegon, which has more than more than €352 billion (~$380 bn) under management, has partnered with ACA Compliance Group, a provider of governance, risk and compliance advisory services and technology

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