Are you ready for new Market Abuse Regulation (MAR)? Join Thomson Reuters and b-next at multiple locations across Europe, to discuss the background to this new regulation, the implications this will have on your organisation, and what solutions we offer to help you meet these challenges.
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Market abuse is like theft. And, there are many shades of abuse in the securities trading world – from the outright prohibited to the downright frowned upon. At least a dozen different abuse scenarios have been identified under the Market Abuse Directive (MAD) in Europe, with many colourful labels used to describe a plethora of […]
Through this relationship, b-next will offer Verint Speech Analytics™ software with CMC:Suite, the integrated compliance platform for capital markets . By combining the solutions, financial services organisations can capture and analyse information from voice calls automatically.
On 3rd July 2016 the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) mandate comes into force, strengthening the existing UK market abuse framework by extending its scope to new markets, new platforms and new behaviours. New provisions to prevent and detect insider dealing and market manipulation are contained in the mandate.
Wolfgang Fabisch, CEO b-next comments on how the IT industry in Lviv and Ukraine should focus on developing expertise and unique services to attract talent to the region and ensure its future success.
At the 11th IIR Banking congress in Vienna, Wolfgang Fabisch (CEO, b-next) will give a presentation on holistic surveillance and compliance solutions related to MIFID II requirements and on the integrated use of Voice Analytics for trading activities (monitoring, analysis, alerting, visualization).