JWG are pleased to announce the launch of our latest survey: ‘Trade Surveillance and eComms: Benchmarking your approach’.
The aim of the survey is to establish an understanding of the existing compliance efforts being implemented across the industry, how eComms Surveillance can be enhanced, and the application of new technologies to the process.
Since the financial crisis, Trade Surveillance has been a key focus for regulators in their attempt to stabilise global financial markets, the result being a major increase in requirements for financial firms in relation to detecting, monitoring and preventing market abuse, particularly in relation to eComms.
In the context of Dodd-Frank, MiFID II and MAR, firms are reliant upon being able to capture, analyse and index data from a wide range of electronic sources.
The survey will be open until 24 August and can be completed in approximately ten minutes by clicking the link above. The anonymised results will then be published in a report than will be issued to participants.
Surveys are just one of a variety of research methods that JWG use to help inform the industry of disconnects in existing approaches and identify gaps in the solution market place.
JWG also run several RegTech Special Interest Groups (SIGs) relating to Trade Surveillance, KYC/AML, and reporting and reference data, established to bring all parts of the industry together to discuss how to best match compliance challenges with the latest technological solutions.
Our next Trade Surveillance Special Interest Group (TSS), to be held on 18 September of this year, will cover the regulatory requirements relating to communications and voice-to-text surveillance. In late October, we will also be hosting a session relating to artificial intelligence.
If you would like to contribute towards these groups, either as a firm or a vendor, then please contact Tom Bicknell via the following e-mail: email@example.com.