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CellTrust SL2 Reports 1900% YOY Revenue Growth

US-based CellTrust Corporation, which provides enterprise mobile communications compliance solutions, on March 25 announced a 1900% growth in revenue for 2018 over 2017. “As the RegTech market rapidly expands around the world, CellTrust is meeting the technology and geographic mobility demands,” explained Sean Moshir, CellTrust’s Chairman and CEO. “The number of financial enterprises and countries our SL2…

Trading Technologies Strengthens APAC Presence though deal with Philip Futures

Trading Technologies (TT), a provider of trading software, infrastructure and data solutions, has entered into an agreement with Singapore-based brokerage Phillip Futures to distribute the TT futures trading platform. Under the agreement, Phillip Futures will provide direct access to TT’s suite of trading tools, including Autospreader, integrated trade surveillance, and charting and analytics. TT’s platform…

KRM22 Deploys Irisium Market Surveillance App on OpenFin OS

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…

Invast Global Outlines its Selection and Implementation of OneTick Surveillance

Invast Global, a multi-asset prime brokerage based in Sydney and Hong Kong, has selected  OneMarketData’s OneTick Surveillance solution to monitor FX, equities, commodities and futures. To find out more about the implementation, we talked to Invast chief operating officer Nick Briscoe. Outlining the problem Invast was facing, Briscoe says: “Simply put, our previous market surveillance…

TradingTech Summit Discusses Brexit, Market Complexity, Innovation, and More!

A-Team Group’s first TradingTech Summit under the TradingTech Insight brand got off to a great start with Beate Born, executive director of risk and regulatory management at UBS Wealth Management, providing an inspirational industry keynote on the outlook for risk, regulation and sustainability in 2019. The presentation not only set the scene for the summit,…

How to Get eComms Surveillance Right

Electronic communications surveillance is a tough challenge for financial services firms and an extensive regulatory requirement in many jurisdictions. So how can firms bridge the gap and deliver successful eComms surveillance and strong regulatory compliance efficiently and cost effectively? Barriers to success include high volumes and different types of communications and data that need to…

Wedbush Futures Switches to Trillium Surveyor for Trade Surveillance

Los Angeles-based Wedbush Futures, one of the largest non-bank Futures Commission Merchants (FCM) in the US, is switching from legacy products to Trillium’s Surveyor platform for trade surveillance. The Surveyor software qualifies alerts using full depth-of-book market data. It also offers next-generation detection, visualisation and workflow functionality to keep up with today’s demands for surveillance.

TradingTech Insight – Everything you Need to Know to Build the Best Trading Environment

Welcome to TradingTech Insight (TTI), a dedicated section of A-Team Group’s exciting new A-Team Insight website with a mission to keep you up date with all that’s new in trading technology, give you exclusive insights into hot topics, and provide you with information that will add value to your work. TradingTech Insight leverages A-Team’s trading…

Getting eComms Surveillance Right

Demand for electronic communications (eComms) surveillance has risen in response to regulatory requirements and compliance needs to pinpoint problems such as market abuse without wasting time and resources reviewing false positives. Innovative technologies such as machine learning, natural language understanding (NLU) and other strands of artificial intelligence (AI) are improving financial services firms’ ability  to…

More Regulation Needed for Cryptocurrencies Warns US Attorney General

The New York State Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has launched a new initiative designed to protect and inform customers of cryptocurrency exchanges. The move could serve as a precursor to increased regulation of the market and create a new opportunity for regtech providers. Unlike traditional exchanges, virtual asset trading platforms in the US…