Multiple Deployment Options
OneTick Trade Surveillance solution is a fully packaged solution that can be in-house deployed or as a hosted subscription service fully managed by OneMarketData.
OneTick includes coverage of MAR, MiFID II, SEC, FINRA, and IIROC trade surveillance regulation.
OneTick Trade Surveillance's smart features make it easy for trading supervisors and compliance officers to zero in on, investigate and act on anomalies.
The OneTick Surveillance solution, built on top of the OneTick proprietary tick database and stream processing platform, delivers robust, configurable built-in alerts to support executing brokers: layering and spoofing, quote stuffing, wash trading, marking the close, and more.
Combine our robust built-in alerts with the power to add your own and see how the OneTick Surveillance solution delivers continuous examination of order flow, advanced visualizations, case management, high performance, and low TCO. You can easily add new alert definitions using the OneTick model construction tool.
Designed for the efficient review of surveillance alerts, rapid examination of new alerts, and for assigning, reviewing, annotating, and archiving them as part of an auditable resolution workflow.
OneTick includes coverage of MAR,
OneTick Surveillance includes an extensive library of standard alert types. Alert types have parameters that allow their behavior to be tuned to specific flows.
Logic of standard alerts can be customized per client's requirements and custom alerts types can be integrated seamlessly.
OneTick Surveillance is built on top of the industry-standard tick management platform OneTick and can handle volumes of the largest market participants and exchanges.
The OneTick platform provides a modeling tool for the rapid design, development, and deployment of custom surveillance alerts.
Our philosophy is to minimize the number of clicks required to investigate alerts and manage workflows.
The web-based dashboard has been designed for efficiency and is used daily by trade supervisors and compliance staff all over the world.
Alert types have parameters that allow their behavior to be tuned to specific flows, and also allow a single alert type to represent what would be several distinct alert types in other commercial systems.