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The 2024 Surveillance Benchmarking Survey & Report

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  • Top surveillance professionals discussed data challenges in the context of monitoring trade and e-comms when they gathered for 1LoD’s recent Surveillance Leaders’ Network in London. Of the 30 surveill ...
  • When regulators conduct examinations, they generally start by looking at what they call the market (abuse) risk assessment, or M(A)RA: so it would be reasonable to assume that the regulators and the b ...
  • Senior surveillance leaders discussed how to detect a wide range of risks embedded in e-comms and voice communication data, as well as in broader datasets of HR risk data and trader profiling, when th ...
  • The effective management of non financial risk dominated discussions at the XLoD Leaders’ Network in New York, which was hosted by 1LoD recently. In the ideal model, attendees said, most of the risk a ...
  • All of the participating banks recognised the importance of running adverse media screening checks as part of their compliance and anti-money laundering (AML) procedures. And all of them said that the ...
  • While banks routinely find fault with regulatory nuances, it is clear that in financial crime the disconnect between technical compliance and the real-world objective of preventing financial crime is ...
  • No matter what the subject, attendees returned again and again to one theme: “Everything is regulatory. It’s supposed to be all about fighting financial crime, protecting institutions, but day-to-day ...
  • XLoD Global – London attracted more than 630 senior practitioners from 1st line risk and control functions, 2nd line compliance units and 3rd line audit teams over three days in November. Clear themes ...
  • US regulators have fined top financial institutions about $2 billion over the past year, issuing a clear warning to banks that they need to fix the way they monitor communications, particularly modern ...
  • As recent US and UK enforcement actions have shown, policies are not enough: regulators are now clamping down on unmonitored communications channels, imposing oversight mandates via third-party compli ...
  • It has become more difficult for financial services firms with regulated employees to monitor new communications channels for market abuse and conduct risk, mainly because of modern market practices. ...
  • Surveillance chiefs covered the hottest topics in their field – the basics of core channel capture, the complexities of video analytics based on artificial intelligence (AI) and the challenge of detec ...