Nasdaq boosts surveillance offer with Sybenetix acquisition

This will significantly expand the US stock exchange’s monitoring solutions for the buy side

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Nasdaq is to acquire financial surveillance technology firm Sybenetix for an undisclosed figure in a bid to reinforce the US stock exchange’s surveillance offering to the buy-side community.

As regulation around the world has enlarged the scope of financial instruments and venues under scrutiny, Nasdaq has seen an appreciable uptick in demand for surveillance tools from the buy side. To this end, the firm has invested in technologies and capabilities to solve the challenges they face, says

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