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Upcoming Webinar: How to ensure effective trade surveillance to meet the demands of regulatory scrutiny and compliance

Date: 30 January 2020 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Accurate, scalable and defensible trade surveillance is key to compliance with regulations such as Market Abuse Regulation (MAR). But how best can it be achieved, what types of technologies are effective, how can false positives be reduced, and where should responsibility lie…

Kx and DataRobot Partnership Applies AI to Time Series Data, Generates Fast Actionable Insights into Market Data

Kx has partnered DataRobot, a provider of enterprise artificial intelligence (AI), to offer financial institutions a scalable high-performance solution for applying AI to time series data. By integrating DataRobot’s Enterprise AI Platform with the Kx in-memory time series database kdb+, consumers of market data can quickly generate actionable insights for agile, strategic business decisions. Rob…

Itiviti Partners Capital Market Solutions for Reporting to the CAT

Itiviti has partnered Capital Market Solutions (CMS), a consultancy and solutions developer, to provide a regulatory reporting solution for the SEC Rule 613 Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT). The solution is based on CMS’s Regulatory Surveillance & Monitoring System (RSMS) and is timely in following SEC issuance, after several delays, of a schedule for CAT implementation…

Nasdaq Adds AI and Transfer Learning to Enhance Market Surveillance

Nasdaq has enhanced market surveillance of its US stock exchange following the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) and transfer learning to improve detection of malicious activity. Transfer learning is a machine learning method where a model developed for a task is reused as the starting point for a model on a second task. The company…

Trade Surveillance Under MAD/MAR, MiFID II and Other Global Regulations

By Peter Lawrey, CEO at Chronicle Software. Regulations like MiFID II and the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) in Europe, and Dodd Frank in the US, have raised the bar with respect to trade surveillance as regulators seek to boost transparency and investor protections across the board. This has created the need for financial institutions to…