TradingHub releases latest market abuse benchmarks

We are pleased to announce TradingHub’s latest market abuse benchmarks for the period ending 30 May 2021. The benchmarks highlight the changing risk of all market abuse behaviours across all institutions in all asset classes. They also provide a more granular breakdown of risk between buy-side and sell-side institutions.

The major findings are:

  1. Sell-side market abuse risk has fallen to pre-Covid levels.
  2. Buy-side market abuse risk has fallen to pre-Covid levels and continues to remain higher than the sell-side.

 

TradingHub’s market abuse benchmarks highlight the changing risk of all market abuse behaviours across all institutions in all asset classes.

They are based on anonymised data from TradingHub’s MAST tool which detects market abuse. MAST is used by institutions managing more than USD 20trn (approximately 20-25% of global AUM) and a large number of the world’s tier 1 banks.

The timeframe covered by the index is December 2020 to the end of May 2021.

 

For further information, please contact:

Product enquiries
Michael McNeil
TradingHub
Tel: +44 20 7661 0949

Press enquiries
Simon Eaton
Crofton Communications
Tel: +44 (0)7879 617 802

 
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