Market abuse is a problem, a very big problem for financial institutions that fall on the wrong side of regulation. Penalties include eye-watering fines, reputational damage and, ultimately, custodial sentences of up to 10 years. Internally, market abuse triggers scrutiny of traders and trading behaviours, a lack of trust and the potential need for significant new investment in prevention.
These problems will be addressed in an upcoming A-Team Group webinar, Best practice approaches to trade surveillance for market abuse, that will discuss market abuse of different types, including insider trading and market manipulation, and offer practical guidance on how to take a proactive approach to detecting and preventing potential abuses using trade surveillance tools and technologies.The webinar will also review market abuse regulation and offer financial institutions help on how best they can keep this kind of crime in check, gain the benefits of getting it right and avoid the penalties of getting it wrong.
Join me, Sarah Underwood, an editor at A-Team Group, on 5 March 2024 for a detailed discussion on approaches to trade surveillance for market abuse. Leading the conversation will be industry experts Yasmine Li, head of surveillance EMEA at Macquarie Group; Jamie Bell, head of secondary market oversight at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA); and Dermot Harriss, senior vice president, regulatory solutions at OneTick.
Don’t miss it, register here to take part in the webinar and put your questions on trade surveillance to the experts.
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