Förderverein Informationstechnik und Gesellschaft
Czech Exchange switches to electronic monitoring
The Czech Securities and Exchange Commission will begin electronic monitoring of capital markets in the Czech Republic from next year, in an attempt to improve the enforcement of market regulations.
The new electronic surveillance of the markets will replace surprise inspections, and a manual review of trades carried out and registered at the Securities Registrar in Prague.
The monitoring will be done at the securities registry in Prague, and the commission hopes to increase surveillance to the entire market by 2001.