13 Jun 2022
Surveillance teams feel the pressure over core data assurance
Recent US enforcement actions have highlighted the difficulties banks face in surveilling the communications channels and asset classes regulators demand. The fines reveal failings across the surveillance process, from data capture to overall culture, and emphasize that skimping on surveillance is a false economy. The time for tweaking is over: it is imperative that banks make significant investments in data assurance, increase their monitoring of known channels of communication and commit to detecting abuse in complex markets.