Banks are increasingly adopting new machine learning techniques for compliance and surveillance, but should be wary of setting expectations too high.
Artificial intelligence is gaining traction among regulators, exchanges and financial firms sifting through massive amounts of data to spot potential pricing manipulation. Kirsten Hyde asks whether the industry is ready to go all in on AI.
Because the bitcoin party is definitely not going to stop and catch fire.
Increasingly advanced watchdogs have "upped the ante" for trading firms, compliance chiefs say.
Vendor picks up fintech firm for undisclosed amount, will incorporate machine learning into trade oversight.
The new software introduces a number of preassigned factors for fund analysis on more complex products.
The influence of regulation and new technology is prompting a hard look at how post-trade processes can be improved, and perhaps even replaced entirely.
IDC estimates that the market for machine learning-related technology will increase from $12.5 billion in 2017 to more than $46 billion in 2020.
The Millennium Exchange platform replaces BYMA's internally-built legacy platform.
Joakim Strid joins the podcast to discuss how Nasdaq is deploying machine-learning techniques for surveillance. Then Emilia David joins the podcast to discuss T+2’s launch in the US, Canada, Mexico and Peru.
Nordic markets build machine-learning algos into surveillance architecture to help prioritize workflows.
Fear of replacement at the mechanical hands of robots is holding back much-needed progress in automation.
Christoph Boschan on mixing finance with law, Mifid II's flaws, and how Wiener Borse is avoiding a "massive technology trap."
Nasdaq has been piling up the wins in this category.
Regulators may be about to call the industry's bluff on Mifid II time pressures
Nasdaq purchases buy-side surveillance vendor to integrate behavioral analysis into market oversight
The African exchange has deployed Nasdaq technology to introduce the first surveillance platform in the country.
Technology is creeping into buy-side compliance processes, but to what degree?
Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
Stitching together information by using cognitive tech could yield significant advantages for compliance.
Data analytics are now being used to track manipulative trading, increasingly in real time.
UK-based surveillance technology provider bought out of administration after failing to secure necessary funding.
With increased high-frequency trading in commodities markets likely to increase instances of “spoofing,” the CFTC has said it will be monitoring markets more avidly for instances of spoofing and other forms of market manipulation. Selwyn Parker reports…
The raft of upcoming regulations has the industry focused on compliance. But to demonstrate compliance, you first need visibility and good data management.