Untangling Market Surveillance

As regulatory demands have intensified with the implementations of Dodd-Frank and MiFID, the role of the compliance officer has changed dramatically, notes Nasdaq OMX’s Paul McKeown, VP, market technology, global surveillance. According to McKeown, compliance officers finally have earned a seat at the table, but now they must understand the business of trading and be able to assess abusive trading behavior. And as the global financial markets become ever-more interconnected, he tells TABB

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