Nasdaq Updates Surveillance Offering to Build Trader Profiles to Catch Spoofing

The company is combining different data sources to help users spot market abuse and manipulation.


Nasdaq has been updating its surveillance offering to allow clients to build trader profiles that can help investigate cases of spoofing and other forms of market manipulation.

Michael O’Brien, vice president of product management for global risk and surveillance at Nasdaq, says the company has been updating its surveillance system with new features that can capture spoofing.

“The data is there to create really deep and rich profiles of how a trader trades: what’s the typical order flow, what

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