Compliance must keep pace in AI arms race

Bank compliance departments’ computational firepower must be a match for trading desks, says expert

AI regulation

The foundation stone of a liberalised market in energy and commodities is integrity.

But in an era when markets are increasingly dominated by automated and algorithmic trading, the gap is widening between the surveillance capabilities of regulators and compliance staff, and the capabilities needed to catch highly sophisticated wrongdoers. This gap needs to be bridged as soon as possible, and involves taking a holistic approach to compliance using the latest machine-learning and artificial

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