Nasdaq is a leading provider of risk management, supervision, and trade surveillance solutions, serving over 47 marketplaces, 13 regulators and 113 market participants across 65 markets globally.
Through its innovative suite of risk, supervision, and surveillance offerings, Nasdaq supports its customers to meet current and future regulatory demands, to continuously adjust the monitoring and control systems to the rapidly changing trading environment, and to help protect firms against reputational risks.
To learn more about Nasdaq’s multi-asset solutions for Trade Surveillance, Trade Supervision, and Risk Management, visit: business.nasdaq.com/tech
Cloud-based databases have become so comprehensive that investment consultants and asset owners now conduct manager research on an ongoing basis. Conducting complex screens well before any manager search or replacement is formally announced, these institutional allocators rely on databases to…
This report explores the need for banks to invest in anti-financial crime (AFC) operations that are more effective and efficient. The industry is progressing toward 'hyperautomation', with systems attempting to replicate human decision making at scale - but must work harder to fight the financial…
A central bank’s role is to provide its nation’s currency with price stability by controlling inflation and achieving steady GDP growth. As part of their mandates, central banks are among the governmental and independent bodies that set foreign exchange and interest rate benchmarks, and supervise…
The market capitalization of crypto assets has grown significantly amid large bouts of price volatility. Moreover, the market capitalization of stablecoins has quadrupled in 2021 to more than US$120 billion. However, the large number of alleging fraud and money laundering is worrisome, financial…
This white paper assesses market participants’ efficiency in managing risk, margin and collateral amid increased volatility, and the transition to new central counterparty risk methodologies.
This white paper examines the top three triggers for window dressing and portfolio pumping. It further provides recommendations firms should abide by to instil investor confidence and ensure global regulatory compliance.
Post-MiFID II Compliance: Can your market structure and execution infrastructure meet specified standards over the long haul?
This white paper explores post-MiFID II compliance. It further examines the bare necessities which organisations should be utilising in order to meet industry standards in the “long haul”.
This white paper explores how behavioural science technology can cut through data to help identify insider trading. It further examines how technology can identify suspicious trading, so teams can avoid the waves of false positives that occur from using systems which rely on mathematical models.
This white paper provides a overview and checklist of the key elements of MIFID II (and its accompanying Regulation – MiFIR) which are likely to create new obligations for your trade surveillance function. It further explores the regulatory technical standards issued and their area of influence.
This white paper explores the evolution of compliance, as well as the relevant trends to keep an eye on for the future. It further addresses the key drivers for electronic communications monitoring, followed by the challenges involved.