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VoxSmart Extends Comms Surveillance Capability with Acquisition of Fonetic Trading Business

VoxSmart, a provider of mobile surveillance technology, has acquired the trading business of Fonetic with a view to delivering a complete communications surveillance offering that addresses market demand for consolidation and integration compliance and surveillance solutions. The acquisition, financial details of which have not been disclosed, follows some high-profile regulatory investigations and prosecutions, such as…

SOTERIA and RIMES Join Forces on Trade and Communications Surveillance

A new partnership is set to combine two of the most fragmented and challenging areas of market surveillance, as SOTERIA (formerly known as Insightful Technology) joins forces with managed data services and RegTech provider, RIMES Technologies, to create a new solution that assists firms to detect market abuse and insider dealing through the unison of…

IPC and Cloud9 Partner to Deliver Voice Trading and Collaboration Solution

IPC and Cloud9 Technologies are working together to offer an advanced, open voice trading and collaboration solution. The integrated cloud-based service combines Cloud9’s C9 Trader voice communications and analytics platform with IPC’s Unigy trading communications platform and Connexus Cloud financial ecosystem. The aim of the partnership is to provide the global trading community with a…

Wematch.live Seeks to Disrupt Voice Traded Interest Rate Swaps

Wematch.live, a digital broker, reports growing interest in the Euro interest rate swaps (IRS) matching and negotiating platform it released in late July. The platform went live with an initial group of 10 banks, including JP Morgan, Société Générale, HSBC and Royal Bank of Canada, and has since increased usage and liquidity, with 39 banks…

Recorded Webinar: Privacy vs. Surveillance: Managing conflicting regulations in Germany and other privacy-sensitive jurisdictions

The EU’s MiFID II and other regulations globally have placed greater emphasis than ever on market surveillance, recording of trading communications and records-retention processes in an attempt to stamp out market abuse and boost investor confidence and protections. At the same time, the public’s attitude toward data privacy has hardened, most visibly through new regulations…