MAR and Mifid II Compliance: Consequences for Trade Surveillance

The implementation of Mifid II in January 2018, along with the existing Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) introduced new responsibilities and obligations for market participants

The Panel

  • Bruno Piers de Raveschoot, RIMES Technologies Regtech Division, FIS
  • Ellie Murray, Deputy Head of European Compliance, Janus Henderson Investors
  • Gautam Sachdev, Managing Director, Global Head of Monitoring and Surveillance, Risk Management Group, Macquarie Group
  • Moderator: Victor Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Waters Technology

A panel of industry professionals share their insights on the impact MAR and Mifid II will have on trade surveillance and how technology can be leveraged to ensure compliance.

Key topics discussed include:

  • Where MAR and Mifid II overlap on trade and communications surveillance  
  • Expectations of regulators
  • The right approach for your firm and the effectiveness of current approaches to surveillance
  • How emerging technologies—such as artificial intelligence, and subsets, including machine learning—can detect market abuse to assist with these regulations
  • How to balance legacy systems and new solutions to meet requirements
  • Potential operational costs and regulatory consequences for firms failing to comply and the steps required to avoid this
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