Market Abuse Monitoring Goes Forensic

By 4 Sep, 2017November 18th, 2019Blog, Regulations
For those overseeing the orderly conduct of trading, the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) in mid-2016 introduced some significant challenges. Specifically, MAR extended the scope of surveillance to orders as well as trades in order to capture the intent to abuse the market, and it applied to more asset-classes, to name but a few of the changes.
This article was previously published on Markets Media.

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