October 2017: Watchdogs Sharpen Their Tech Teeth


Regulators get a bad rap: Their duties of protecting investors and ensuring market  stability often put them at loggerheads with trading firms, for whom delivering greater returns to themselves, shareholders, and investors, typically means taking on more risk. They’re often painted as outdated, ineffective, and either unqualified and lacking market experience or unsuitable precisely because of experience at/ties to certain financial firms. 

But that perception is changing. Some regulators’

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