Market Surveillance in Capital Markets: The Growing Role of Artificial Intelligence

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19 September 2016
Anshuman Jaswal

Abstract

Celent has released a new report titled Market Surveillance in Capital Markets: The Growing Role of Artificial Intelligence.The report was written by Anshuman Jaswal, senior analyst in Celent’s Securities & Investments group.

Greater automation is inevitable in today’s market environment with the current level of technological development. While compliance always requires a human element for analysis and making judgments based on available information, significant computing capability is required to process the vast amounts of structured and unstructured data. Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) functionality are critical areas for several of the leading vendors as they work on automating the surveillance process, thereby emphasizing unsupervised surveillance capabilities as compared to supervised ones.

Artificial intelligence has a significant role to play in the development of the market surveillance industry. Greater automation, lowering costs, and ever-rising volumes of market data are all needs that AI capabilities can help firms address.

Market participants are also demanding the use of AI technology for predictive analytics and to detect manipulative activity that is not currently detected. Vendors are trying to meet these requirements by improving machine learning capabilities, using neural networks, and developing other AI capabilities.

“The rise in regulation has forced firms to increase the size of their compliance divisions, but AI can be an important means of countering this phenomenon,” commented Jaswal. “In the last couple of years, we have seen some of the leading sellside and buyside firms take significant steps in using AI capabilities to improve their trade and communication surveillance capabilities.”

Insight details

Content Type
Reports
Report Type
Industry Trends, Technology trends
Location
Asia-Pacific, EMEA, North America
Special Interest
Innovation & Emerging Technology, Risk Management & Compliance