For Regulators

Managing Vast Data Volumes

As political and public pressure mounts, regulators today face unprecedented challenge.  They must monitor markets and enforce rules - cross-venue, cross-asset class and cross-border.  This task and the need for level 2 order data equates to staggering complexity and vast data volumes (many billions of messages a day).

Some regulators are rising to the challenge, notably the SEC in US, ASIC in Australia, CSA in Canada and ACER in Europe (newly responsible for energy markets).

Bryok believe that market monitoring & surveillance solutions should be as state-of-the-art as the trading algorithms and strategies themselves.   Bryok know about the necessary business and technology architectures:

  • Big data capability and associated analytics
  • Traditional surveillance tools and techniques
  • Colucida, Bryok’s next generation anomaly detection product.

Bryok offer:

  • Architectural Services. The Bryok Architectural Blueprint for Regulators shows how vast data volumes can be managed   It integrates big data capability with traditional surveillance tools and shows how Bryok’s Colucida product can bring advanced analytics to detect market anomalies.
  • Bryok’s next generation Colucida surveillance product deploys advanced statistical and mathematical techniques to enrich data and detect market anomalies and abnormalities.   Bryok continues to research novel advanced statistical techniques to detect anomalies in order and trade data from multiple venues.
  • Public sector style procurement and programme management experience, including: requirements capture & definition, procurement management, business and technical solution design, programme & project planning, quality assurance & control, test strategy, data migration and transition to service.

Bryok campaigns for multi-venue/multi-asset-class surveillance to cope with the challenges of market fragmentation.

Complexity simplified.


© Bryok Systems Limited 2013

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