MAD World

European Banking

When it comes to detecting and preventing market abuse and insider trading, manual or semi-automatic systems have become woefully inadequate in today's increasingly complex markets. The sheer quantity of data required to reliably monitor such Byzantine activities is almost impossible to manage with manpower alone. As a result, the European Union (EU) ushered in the Market Abuse Directive (MAD) back in 2005, leaving many European financial institutions scrambling to meet the stringent

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