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The Operations and Compliance Network, LLC (Ocean), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nasdaq, provides, hosts, and maintains one or more alternative trading systems platforms (Customer Execution Platforms) on behalf of registered broker-dealers (Customer) of the Customer Execution Platforms, and provides certain support services related to Customers’ compliance, surveillance, and supervisory obligations. It also is an SCI systems provider to its SCI entity clients, maintains various policies and procedures that support such SCI entity clients with meeting their obligations under Regulation Systems Compliance and Integrity. Ocean uses Nasdaq’s technology, operations, and compliance monitoring, to provide trading and compliance support services to its clients. Ocean received exemptive relief from the SEC from registration as a broker-dealer, as it operates more as a service organization.
The Ocean Data Surveillance team manages alerts, investigation status, supporting documentation maintenance, outputs, and other information demonstrating appropriate review and escalation of alerts. This allows its customers ‘compliance teams to minimize the most common surveillance challenges by translating regulatory guidelines and rules governing trading conduct into trading alerts that identify potentially abusive trading behavior, providing data analytics functionality to manage alerts and outputs, and demonstrating appropriate review and escalation of alerts, and sourcing, capturing, and maintaining data elements required to conduct a complete review of trading activity.A typical day will include:
You will need to demonstrate: