How spoofing impacts the US dollar swaps market
In a significant move underscoring its commitment to fight market manipulation, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) imposed a fine of $45m on a top-tier bank in May 2023. Eventus, a multi-asset class trade surveillance, algo monitoring and risk controls solutions provider, has explored what firms can do to avoid a similar incident.
Adapting to the MiCA era: the essential guide for compliance officers...
Eventus recently outlined some of the key things compliance officers need to know around the new MiCA legislation.
Yuanta taps Eventus for trade surveillance offering
RegTech firm Eventus has been selected by Yuanta Futures to provide trade surveillance for the Taiwanese firm.
Eventus appoints new EMEA regulatory affairs director
RegTech firm Eventus has appointed Jonathan Dixon as its new director of regulatory affairs for the EMEA regions.
How is financial services leveraging AI for compliance purposes?
In a time where AI is revolutionising industry after industry, the increasing need to automate compliance is becoming more sought after.
How firms are improving trade monitoring
As trade surveillance becomes an increasingly difficult task for firms, Eventus believes institutions are transforming their compliance processes to be more efficient.
The next revolution: could Gen AI bring RegTech into a new...
The rise of AI has been an ongoing and slow-burning process for a number of years now. While the technology is disruptive by nature, the recent introduction of ChatGPT by OpenAI has taken the world by storm.
What does 2023 have in store for AML?
The pace of market change that FIs must endure is rising, with every year posing challenges. What will happen in AML in 2023?
Eventus launches Validus AML to help firms fight financial crime
Eventus has announced the broad introduction of Validus AML (VAML) to aid companies in finance and digital assets combat financial crime.
Crypto firm Deribit taps Eventus for Validus platform
Cryptocurrency derivatives exchange Deribit has selected Eventus’ Validus platform to provide market abuse monitoring on the exchange.