Capco: Understanding Market Abuse In The Age Of Market Surveillance 2.0.

Part 3: Spotting how offenders conceal information and other tell-tale signs

In this three-part blog series, Capco’s Jeroen Aumand looks at how market abuse is being perpetrated and the challenges for new market surveillance controls/ solutions. Part 1 provided a definition of market abuse and the techniques used for gaining market information. Part 2 reviewed how offenders try to influence the market. Now in Part 3 we examine how offenders hide information and other noteworthy behaviours.

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