Nasdaq Boosts Surveillance with Machine Learning

Nordic markets build machine-learning algos into surveillance architecture to help prioritize workflows.

The technology is set for a global rollout after being successfully integrated into Nasdaq Nordic markets.

The machine learning-enhanced algorithms have been deployed across Nasdaq markets in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Iceland. They have been designed to provide predictive signals, based on historical data, which should indicate to market supervisors when trading is likely to be in line with market movements and what should be considered worthy of further investigation.

As part of this, the exchange operator is examining how past behavior from surveillance analysts—and their reactions to

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