The analytics revolution: New tools to help banks monitor market abuse, behavioural anomalies and risk

The panel

  • Daniel Fernandez, Technical product manager, Compliance line of business, NICE Actimize
  • Justin Nathan, Chief technical officer, Surveillance, Credit Suisse
  • Gautam Sachdev, Managing director, Risk management group, Macquarie Group Limited
  • Moderator: Steve Marlin, Staff writer, Risk management, Risk.net

The cost of compliance-related failure is immense, having both a financial and reputational impact. In such a demanding regulatory environment, it is crucial that firms innovate their compliance and surveillance practices, from cross-market trades to behavioural patterning and communications. The analytics revolution is here, with compliance departments benefitting from a plethora of tools available to them. 

How up-to-speed are you with the changing face of surveillance?

Key topics discussed include:

  • How to identify who’s putting a firm at risk by detecting known forms of market abuse, identifying suspicious communications and minimising false positives
  • Innovating surveillance with artificial intelligence, behavioural profiling, machine learning and natural language processing
  • Mapping the changing face of compliance and surveillance using structured and unstructured data.
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