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The rules for market surveillance for all non-food products will be merged into one legal instrument.
The coalition welcomes the market surveillance regulation, but regrets that manufacturers have become the "victims of a political fight".
The Apama Market Surveillance and Monitoring solution offers an integrated, real-time view of external and internal events and processes, supporting the end-to-end surveillance, monitoring and risk management activities required by ESMA, Dodd-Frank, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and other global regulatory bodies and initiatives.
As was reported, the EU Monitoring Mission positively assessed Ukrainian market surveillance legislation and recognized it as complying with EU legislation in this area.
By making origin labelling mandatory, the Commission wants to improve traceability for market surveillance authorities.
By focusing on three key components of market surveillance -- detection, prevention and deterrence -- Mizen explains that brokers can gain real-time and historical analysis and oversight to detect anomalies; controls and processes to prevent errant order flow from reaching the markets by applying broker-owned risk controls; and real-time monitoring, control and, acting as deterrents, heavy penalties.
By focusing on three key components of market surveillance - detection, prevention and deterrence - Mizen explains that brokers can gain real-time and historical analysis and oversight to detect anomalies; controls and processes to prevent errant order flow from reaching the markets by applying broker-owned risk controls; and real-time monitoring, control and, acting as deterrents, heavy penalties.
On 19 October 2016, at the 39th meeting of the Competent Authorities for Medical Devices in Bratislava, Slovakia, MHRA officially launched the Joint Action on Market Surveillance of Medical Devices.
The product safety package, published by the European Commission on 13 February, is composed of a proposal for a regulation on product safety and proposal for a regulation on market surveillance.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), meanwhile, has also unveiled plans to bolster its market surveillance capabilities by Q1 2012, based on the KRX's EXTURE system.
Turquoise, a multi-lateral trading facility (MTF) established by nine European investment banks, announced on Monday (28 January) that it is partnering with Progress Software Corporation (Nasdaq:PRGS), a provider of application infrastructure software, and UK IT consultancy Detica to deliver a real-time Market Surveillance System.