Trade Surveillance

Let us help you keep a clean sheet

MiFID II builds on the original MiFID regulation that came into effect in 2007. The financial crisis highlighted the need for even greater transparency and protection by regulators against market abuse. Businesses are now obliged to conduct extensive surveillance across their organisations. This can take the form of Communication Surveillance covering telephones, email and instant messaging and Trade Surveillance that covers recording the lifecycle of a trade and the decision-making process involved in the trading strategy.

TP ICAP’s Data and Analytics’ division can help your business by providing End of Day (EOD) files from all of our MiFID II compliant venues. This new service will capture data across Central Limit Order Book (CLOB), auction, voice and hybrid trading systems and will provide organised and aggregated order/trade reports from your venues of choice. Read our Trade Surveillance paper for more information.

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