Covid-19: A New Era for Trade Surveillance

As the boundaries between work and home blur, monitoring and privacy may be at odds.

Lianhao Qui

As traders across the globe continue to work from home, traditional surveillance and monitoring systems are being put to the test.

Some fear that, as traders are able to execute trades from their living rooms, out of the direct sight of compliance departments and risk managers, malignant behavior could flourish. These new ways of working may also prompt new ways of thinking about surveillance standards and best practices.

Jack Miller, global head of trading at Baird Trading, says it’s hard to

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