Iftach Drori

Iftach Drori

Head of Marketing

Let’s keep it short, Iftach has over 10 years of Sales and Marketing experience. He holds a B.A in Economics and Management from the Tel Aviv Academic College.
He joined Shield in 2018 and since then has managed to say the term “provide value” 545,892 times.

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Is inter-bank collusion really that untraceable?
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Is inter-bank collusion really that untraceable?

eComms became a necessity – and an imperative for business continuity. The challenge for financial firms is that many of these eComms solutions fall outside the compliance surveillance operations. As a result, these tools are enabling interbank collusion

Moderna insider trading
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With remote work on the rise, regulators are now calling for stricter employee monitoring

The world has been teetering on the edge of market abuse given an overnight shift from working in controlled environments under exacting compliance protocols to working from home on unapproved but popular eComms platforms like zoom and WhatsApp. One case that recently came to news is the story of Moderna

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Can AI really sniff out Layering scenarios? Another post in our detection series where we explore common market abuse cases scenarios

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What if: Capital Markets in the 2021 era of the coronapocalypse

A humoristic or maybe futuristic :) view on the 2021 Coronapocalypse

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Balancing privacy and growth in financial services

Although the two bodies of the legislature are independent, they are closely related and meant to complement each other. GDPR references how personal data is collected and stored whereas ePrivacy references how personal data are communicated electronically and how non-personal data are managed.

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Manual compliance processes – soon a thing of the past?

Keeping up with regulatory changes can be a challenge within any industry, and the post-2008 financial sector is no exception. Global regulatory responses to the financial crisis triggered an onslaught of new rules and laws meant to curb the potential for fraud and abuse in financial services markets. This deluge of new regulation has overwhelmed compliance departments at some financial institutions. However, companies that are embracing new developments in regulatory technology (RegTech) are developing systems capable of maintaining compliance with the millions of pages of new regulatory documents published each year.

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Employees of Financial Services Firms Face Growing Privacy Concerns

The people working in financial services are now facing new challenges to the privacy of their personal data. Regulations passed to improve transparency in financial markets require firms to capture, record, and analyze all electronic communication data.

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Forex Trade Rigging Scam Resurfaces at Standard Chartered

Earlier this month, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) assessed a $40 million fine against Standard Chartered. The DFS hit the financial firm with the multi-million-dollar penalty after discovering that its traders had attempted to rig transactions in foreign exchange markets. While the amount of the fine was appropriate given the degree of collusion and fraud involved, the timing of the enforcement action took the financial industry by surprise. This is because all of the illegal activities uncovered at Standard Chartered occurred between the years of 2007 and 2013.

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