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February 7, 2020 by Matt Simon

For a modern trade and market surveillance compliance program to be considered “fully complete,” many would contend that this would translate to leaving no stone unturned when it comes to coverage and functionality. Whether it be as tangible as market data, as exciting as waves in an initial public offering, or something less obvious but potentially more nefarious such as a series of minor security breaches or interoffice text messages, all trade and communications information influencing trade decisions must be assessed and understood as one clear connected narrative.

February 6, 2020 by Christian Benson

Securities class actions represent an increasingly important aspect of the capital markets industry. Their rise has sparked an increased demand for infrastructure and insight that is adequate to deal with them. As global jurisdictions look to catch up with the highly developed legal system of the U.S., class-actions regimes are beginning to take shape in jurisdictions such as the U.K., Saudi Arabia, and Hong Kong. This blog post will outline some of the current trends, implications, and anxieties around the recent rise of class actions in the securities industry.

What are class actions and why do they matter?