Michael Rabinowitz

Michael Rabinowitz

Surveillance Expert

Michael has over 20 years of experience trading fx and interest rates in several banks including USB Investment Bank and Israel Discount Bank. Previous to joining Shield, Michael worked for 5 years as a subject matter expert on several surveillance technology projects in a major global bank.  Michael’s mixed experience in banking and technology along with his collaboration with the development teams is integral in enabling Shield to adapt and implement the latest technologies into our products and keep Shield and our clients one step ahead.

More from this author

Challenges of Information Sharing
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The Many Challenges of Information Sharing

Some key takeaways following a recent fine by FINRA

John McAfee fraud and money laundering
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You Are at Risk

John McAfee, the founder of his eponymous cybersecurity tech company, was indicted on charges of securities fraud and money laundering. Here's what we can learn from his story

REMIT_ Collusion and price-rigging
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REMIT: Collusion and price-rigging

Michael Rabinowitz returns with another Market Abuse scenario, this time covering the implications of Collusion and Price-Rigging

REMIT: Best Practices Concerning Layering and Spoofing
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REMIT: Best Practices Concerning Layering and Spoofing

The second part of our series covering the Market Abuse risks caused by communications and how they might affect REMIT compliance

REMIT: Best Practices Concerning Wash Trades
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REMIT: Best Practices Concerning Wash Trades

The first of a series of articles, by SME Michael Rabinowitz. The series will discuss practices such as wash trades, spoofing, layering, and insider trading - all of which are banned under REMIT regulation designed to stop market manipulation attempts and bar insider trading

trading from home insider trading
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Trading from home: how firms are adapting to COVID-19

You don’t need to be a futurist to guess how this is going to play out. When over a million licensed traders simultaneously shifted overnight from trading billions of dollars within secured offices to trading from their kitchens and bedrooms, the situation created countless opportunities for market abuse. And chaos in the markets.

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