While regulators are keen to see automated trading surveillance systems in place within capital markets firms, certain challenges exist in the implementation and maintenance of effective surveillance. The roundtable on 8 March 2017, hosted by Certeco and The Realization Group was the second in the series. Â Issues with maintaining business as usual were discussed by industry practitioners under the Chatham House rule. Download report.
Through our Certeco Change Assurance Hub we are helping our clients innovate and respond to change, flexibly and cost effectively. Download report.
How Certeco helps clients maximise the value from transformation, embed principles for continuous improvement ensuring progress is in-line with organisational vision.Â Download booklet.
The digitisation of financial services is often seen as a process of accelerated automation, or even transformation, which harnesses innovations in digital technologies to improve on and replace manual-or physical-based service provision.Â Download report.
Following the introduction of Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) across the EU in July 2016, most firms will now have been through some kind of surveillance implementation program, putting in place safeguards to ensure against abusive or manipulative behaviour. Â Download report.
The challenges and opportunities facing financial service providers, insurance firms and banks in cost-effectively harnessing new digital channels and technologies to deliver greater customer value.Â Download report.
Libor Scandals, FX rate rigging and the manipulation of gilt pricesÂ â€“ the subject of market abuse is rarely out of the headlines. Since the financial crisis, regulators have been working towards the creation of a transparent and honest financial system. And the clean up of trading through surveillance lies at the heart of their efforts. Read full report.
On 12th October, business change management consultancy Certeco hosted a roundtable on the challenges firms face in meeting the requirements for Market Abuse Regulation, or MAR. This roundtable, organised by The Realization Group, was the first in a series of Certeco round tables that focus on various aspects of trade surveillance. Download report
Managing change effectively has never been more critical for the higher education sector. The speed of change brings ever increasing expectations from staff and students for digital connectivity and immediacy. Certeco is pleased to attend the UCISA conference this week in Brighton to contribute to the conversation.Â Download our conference booklet here.