Stock exchange regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is in the process of producing a data lake job to fortify its analytic capacity and surveillance especially targeted at social networking, Chairman Ajay Tyagi said on Thursday.
“Social networking platforms are being used by manipulators for market manipulation. Regulators worldwide are acknowledging that there’s a great deal more surveillance input which may be obtained from these social networking programs,” he said speaking in the seminar titled’Shifting Landscape of the Securities Market.’
The occasion was organised in cooperation with the National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) in Patalganga close Mumbai-Pune Expressway.
Catching malpractices from the marketplace using conventional tools which analyse just ordered data of volume and price is becoming hard, stated Tyagi.
“SEBI off-late has improved its surveillance and is now utilizing social networking to set connections between loopholes in cases of insider trading. Such links are now more useful, particularly when traditional methods for locating potential rogue traders via shareholding routine and KYC don’t operate,” he explained.
“The ruler will enhance surveillance and analysis of social networking through tools like artificial intelligence and large data analytics. SEBI has already proposed a information lake job to reinforce analytical capacity using innovative tools like pattern recognition, processing of unstructured and structured information,” explained Tyagi.
The models and methods for measuring, handling and pricing fiscal risk require regular review and upgrade so the hazard management is strong.
“In exactly the exact same time, authorities also have to strike a balance between conventional risk management and market growth, as quite significant degree of safety generally comes at the expense of liquidity from the markets,” he explained.
Therefore, there’s a demand for constant research and investigation in the region of risk management to predict plausible display situations and consequent dangers to set in place proper risk management to safeguard the attention of analysts, he said.