Surveillance Monitoring Market Overview: Seeking Innovative Lenses to Tackle Multiple Fronts

The current model of surveillance is not sustainable.

The siloed approach to trade, market, communication, cryptocurrency, and commodities surveillance has led to institutional challenges in achieving transparency and visibility in data across multiple venues and asset classes. For financial institutions, there is a clear need to evaluate industry vendor products; the risk for in-house building the core solution is high.

This report provides an analysis of the latest trends around surveillance monitoring for trade, markets, communication, cryptocurrencies, and commodities. It is based on proprietary Datos Insights research supported by data collected from 12 vendors of surveillance technologies, as well as Datos Insights interviews with market participants, product demonstrations, and Datos Insights’ proprietary knowledge database.

Clients of Datos Insights’ Capital Market service can download this report.

This report mentions Bloomberg L.P. (Bloomberg), b-next, Chainalysis, Eventus Systems (Eventus), FIS, Intellect Design Arena, ION, Nasdaq, NICE Actimize, OneMarketData LLC (OneTick Trade), and SteelEye.

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