Chartis: The Future of Trader Surveillance

Spelling it out

Market abuse is a growing concern for financial institutions (FIs). A number of high-profile events (the LIBOR and Foreign Exchange [FX] trading scandals, for example, as well as those connected with the manipulation of ISDAFIX earlier this year) have resulted in hefty fines for FIs – more than $19 billion for LIBOR and FX alone1 – pushing trader surveillance up the agenda.

Trader surveillance is complex, however, and objective truth is hard to come by. The role of traders

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