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February 2015

The FCA spotlight is firmly on market surveillance

This week the FCA has published their findings from the thematic review of ‘Asset management firms and the risk of market abuse’. The review considers how firms control the risks of insider dealing, improper disclosure and market manipulation, and sets clear expectations to improve practices and effectively manage market abuse risk.

While pre-trade controls to manage market abuse and…

Ancoa features in Aite Group report on Trade Surveillance and Monitoring Technology

Aite Group has now published the second part of their report on Trade Surveillance and Monitoring Technology: An Expanding Landscape. Whilst part one of the report (December 2014) focused on regulation driving the demand for,  and IT spend on, trade surveillance platforms, part two of the report is focused on vendors, their capabilities and the need to collaborate and combine functionalities…

2015 Market Surveillance Trends: Turning Obligations into Advantage


As appeared on TABB Forum, 30 January 2015

Author: Stefan Hendrickx, Founder & Executive Director, Ancoa

Global regulatory demands for transparency (and penalties for non-compliance) only will intensify in the coming year, reaching into all asset classes and challenging firms to get their data in order. To meet these challenges, firms need tools to manage growing stores of…

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