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Behavioral Analysis in Market Surveillance

Going beyond data aggregation and standard statistical techniques

Regulators around the world are clamping down on market abuse. Several high profile cases involving layering and spoofing, marking the open or close, insider trading and benchmark manipulation have been tried in the courts, resulting in stiff fines and penalties. Moreover, new regulations are being introduced to prevent abuse. All this is having a significant impact on the way broker-dealers and exchanges conduct market surveillance and the technology they use to support their efforts.

Learn more about how firms are going beyond data aggregation and standard statistical techniques to conduct more effective market surveillance.

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