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Changes in financial regulation will inevitably increase the importance of market surveillance for exchanges as well as the regulators. Having asked our experts their opinions on how the changes in approach will affect the market in general, we are now looking at the impact on exchanges themselves, and how they can best prepare to serve their customers and remain compliant through this time of change.
In the last of our short videos, James Godwin and Tony Harrop from PLUS Stock Exchange tell us about how the Progress Apama solution is supporting PLUS Stock Exchange. In particular, we ask, how important is it to have market surveillance technology that can be flexible as new regulations are implemented?
Here they are the other 3 videos that were part of this 4 part series:
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