Data patterns used to detect market abuse, Nasdaq exec says

06/25/2013 | Securities Technology Monitor

The next step in regulation is using Big Data patterns to detect abuse, a technique that U.S. markets are uniquely positioned to use, says Bill Nosal of Nasdaq OMX Group. "Unlike Europe, the U.S. market was designed for transparency," Nosal said. "Now, technology is providing the basis to look not just across exchanges but across a given asset such as a security or a futures contract."

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