Eventus Systems

Month: October 2018

The Bright Side of Increased Regulation: One Deed Fulfills Multiple Needs

Much has been made about the proliferation of data, particularly as it relates to an increase in the amount that is required to meet regulatory obligations. While it’s easy to make the case that this increase in mandatory data generation and retention is a cost that is imposed upon a business and one that has …

The Bright Side of Increased Regulation: One Deed Fulfills Multiple Needs Read More »

GAIN Capital Deploys Eventus Systems’ Cloud Offering for Market Surveillance in Futures Business

Validus Platform Now Integrated with CQG   AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 8, 2018 – Eventus Systems, Inc., a provider of innovative regtech software solutions for the capital markets, announced today that GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: GCAP), a leading global provider of online trading services, has gone live as a client. GAIN has deployed Eventus’ cloud-based …

GAIN Capital Deploys Eventus Systems’ Cloud Offering for Market Surveillance in Futures Business Read More »

Eventus Systems Rolls Out Machine Learning for Validus Platform

Unique, Multi-Strategy Approach for Market Surveillance Focused on Actionable Alerts   AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 3, 2018 – Eventus Systems, Inc., a provider of innovative regtech software solutions for the capital markets, today announced that it has integrated machine learning (ML) into its Validus surveillance and risk software platform, augmenting capabilities for identifying potential disruptive trading …

Eventus Systems Rolls Out Machine Learning for Validus Platform Read More »

How To Protect Yourself When Using Intermarket Sweep Orders and Breaking the Order Protection Rule

“With great power comes great responsibility” – Voltaire (or Spider Man’s Uncle Ben)   As the fairly controversial and seemingly very expensive SEC tick pilot comes to a close in October, it’s a good time to reflect on the very interesting exemptions to Rule 611, specifically the use of Intermarket Sweep Orders (ISOs) and their …

How To Protect Yourself When Using Intermarket Sweep Orders and Breaking the Order Protection Rule Read More »