Opinion, Risk Management

The real blind spots in market abuse surveillance

By Simon Brady
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Why does one bank surveil 15,000 out of its 20,000 employees, but another just 2,000 of its 200,000-plus workforce? How come one significant French bank monitors just 1,000 of its nearly 150,000 workers while a peer roughly the same size surveils seven times that number?

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