Eventus Systems

Month: September 2021

Eventus wins FOW Asia Capital Markets Award for market surveillance excellence

Also named to global AIFinTech100 list, recognizing innovation in artificial intelligence and machine learning for financial services   AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 13, 2021 – Eventus Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of multi-asset class trade surveillance and market risk solutions, has won the FOW Asia Capital Markets Award for Best New Product – Market Surveillance. …

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Chain Plus: Asia NFTs & DeFi Conference – Panel featuring Vince Turcotte, Sales Director, APAC

  The Asia NFTs & DeFi Conference aiming to build a platform for NFTs & DeFi innovation and business exchanges connecting the Asia-Pacific and global markets. The conference gathers the world’s most authoritative leaders of NFTs & DeFi, the most far-sighted international investors, emerging startups with the most potential and the most disruptive creators to …

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Eventus closes on $30 million Series B funding round

Proceeds to fuel further global growth and new capabilities   AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 8, 2021 – Eventus Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of multi-asset class trade surveillance and market risk solutions, today announced that it has closed on a $30 million Series B funding round, led by Centana Growth Partners. Also participating in the …

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Insider dealing: amping up surveillance measures

Originally published in Risk.Net Joe Schifano, global head of regulatory affairs at Eventus, examines how volatility resulting from the Covid‑19 pandemic has made markets more susceptible to insider dealing activity, prompting regulators to urge firms to reinforce surveillance measures as their existing methods may no longer be sufficient Financial markets have always been vulnerable to …

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