English, Article edition: Best execution compliance automation: towards an equities compliance workstation Michael Mainelli; Mark Yeandle

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Title
  • Best execution compliance automation: towards an equities compliance workstation
Author
  • Michael Mainelli
  • Mark Yeandle
Physical Description
  • article
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  • Purpose – Forthcoming requirements in MiFID and RegNMS mean that buy-side and sell-side firms need to find ways of showing regulators that they are sifting through their trading volumes in a justifiable, methodical manner looking for anomalous trades and investigating them, in order to prove “best execution”. The objective was to see if a SVM/​DAPR approach could help identify equity trade anomalies for compliance investigation. Design/​methodology/​approach – A major stock exchange, a computer systems supplier, four brokers and a statistical firm undertook a cooperative research project to determine whether automated statistical processing of trade and order information could provide a tighter focus on the most likely trades for best execution compliance investigation. Findings – The support vector machine approach worked on UK equities and has significant potential for other markets such as foreign exchange, fixed income and commodities. Research limitations/​implications – The research has implications for risk professionals as a generic approach to trading anomaly detection. The prototype compliance workstation can be trialed. Originality/​value – Automated anomaly detection could transform the role of compliance and risk in financial institutions.
  • Financial control, Financial institutions, Foreign exchange, United Kingdom
  • RePEc:eme:jrfpps:v:7:y:2006:i:3:p:313-336
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  • English
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