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Trade Surveillance Systems Market worth 1,449.6 Million USD by 2022

The trade surveillance systems market is expected to grow from USD 600.2 Million in 2017 to USD 1,449.6 Million by 2022, at a CAGR of 19.3%.

<p>The rapid adoption of trade surveillance systems solutions, owing to increasing number of regulations and compliance, is expected to make Europe the largest regional market.</p> <p>he UK, Germany, and Sweden are the top contributors in this region. MiFID2 came into effect on January 03, 2018 and demands more data fields, asks financial institutions to move all transactions to electronic platforms for better auditing, and ensures confidence and transparency of workflow to investors. MAD and MiFID2 regulations are also acting as the positive factors for the adoption of trade surveillance systems solutions and services in this region. However, different regulatory compliances in different countries, which challenge vendors to customize their software platforms according to different regulations in Europe is expected to act as a hindrance to the market growth of the market.</p> <p>Capital markets can grow efficient only when the trust and confidence of investors and industry participants is maintained. For this purpose, the regulatory bodies impose regulations that help in monitoring lawful trading. The surveillance and analytics solution helps in the systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of outcomes from a specific data for use in planning, implementing, and evaluating compliance policies and practices. The solution helps in improving the current surveillance process results and delivers greater efficiency and accuracy to bring the power of cognitive analysis to the financial services industry.</p> <p><strong>Ask for PDF Brochure @</strong> <a href="https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownload.asp?id=11402846">https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownload.asp?id=11402846 </a></p> <p>Organizations with more than 1,000 employees are categorized as large enterprises. Large enterprises have necessary resources, but face issues when it comes to deployment, due to the variety of solutions and applications in place. The adoption of trade surveillance solutions is said to be relatively high among large enterprises.</p> <p>The major vendors in the trade surveillance systems market include NICE Systems (Israel), FIS (US), Software AG (Germany), Nasdaq (US), Cinnober (Sweden), Aquis Technology (UK), SIA S.p.A (Italy), IPC (US), b-next (Germany), ACA Compliance Group (US), OneMarketData (US), and Scila (Sweden).</p>

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