KRM22 has deployed its market surveillance desktop application Irisium on the OpenFin OS, making it the first compliance vendor to run on the operating system, which supports application interoperability. Irisium provides analytics tools to help financial services firms identify and manage potential risks including market abuse, fraud and operational issues. Using the app in the OpenFin environment will give clients access to an integrated desktop, enhanced user experience, and improved workflows to meet their market surveillance obligations.
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Recorded Webinar: High noon for surveillance: resolving tension between the costs of false positives, challenges of calibration, and compliance
When it comes to trade surveillance, regulators want firms to do their own alert calibration, examine all alerts, and keep auditable records. Firms need to balance the real cost of false positives with the technical challenge and risk of self-calibrating and auto-calibrating, while compliance, IT and vendors have to grapple with the need for defensible...
By Neill Vanlint, Head of Global Sales & Client Operations, GoldenSource. Across global financial markets, it is hard to think of a more contentious issue right now than the prices exchanges are charging for their trading data. Some high-profile potential acquisitions, including the London Stock Exchange’s $27 billion bid to buy Refinitiv, mean there could...
Now in its 4th year, the RegTech Summit in London explores how the European financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
The US corporate actions market has long been characterised as paper-based and manually intensive, but it seems that much progress is being made of late to tackle the lack of automation due to the introduction of four little letters: XBRL. According to a survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and standards...