Market abuse surveillance

4 key takeaways regarding the state of market abuse surveillance

Recently, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) UK published the findings from their 2016 market abuse surveillance survey. The survey was given to twenty of the largest global banks and the results aren’t surprising. Over the past five years, financial services firms have been investigated and fined with increased frequency across a wide range of alleged market abuses. And according to the Bank of[…]