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  • Participants in the energy trading markets face an increasingly difficult surveillance challenge. Regulators complain that they receive far fewer reports of suspicious activity from market participant ...
  • Surely there’s something wrong with a regulatory environment in which it takes four years to fine a bank for not implementing important new regulations around market abuse?
  • Ask surveillance professionals at banks whether surveillance should move away from its current (and failing) rules-based paradigm and move to a risk-based approach and they are overwhelmingly...
  • The need for better capture, the drive for surveillance of broader populations and the need to apply more sophisticated technologies to existing datasets to improve surveillance effectiveness...
  • While Amazon and others have come under fire for high-tech monitoring of employees, surveillance and compliance heads at banks have generally pushed back...
  • So far three big US banks have been hit with $200 million fines for, basically, not capturing conversations on messaging apps, notably WhatsApp. Other fines will follow.