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Turning up the Heat on Supervision of Algorithmic Trading

Heightened regulatory standards surrounding automated trading systems has driven the need for firms to have in place multiple lines of defense in terms of monitoring for market abuse. Back office systems and controls are no longer enough and firms are increasingly looking to implement front office compliance measures. 

What processes and technology do firms need in place to effectively conduct front office surveillance? Learn more below: