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Following an oversubscribed inaugural workshop for surveillance professionals at commodities trading firms in London, Behavox now invites you to join us in Houston to continue the discussion. The roundtable will be moderated by Brandy Gandara, Monitoring & Surveillance at Shell.

Roundtable discussions will be held under Chatham House rules and will provide a platform for participants to share their experiences and best practices related to commodities trading surveillance programs.

The following key topics will be covered during the roundtable:

  • Leveraging technology to enhance electronic communication surveillance in commodities trading, including email, instant messaging, and chat rooms.
  • Regulatory expectations for voice surveillance in commodities trading and how they are likely to evolve in the coming years.
  • The spectrum of compliance programs for surveillance, ranging from random sampling to pure AI-based approaches, and how firms can align their programs to meet regulatory requirements.
  • Balancing the increased risk of fraud associated with voice-based platforms with the higher rate of false positives and technical complexity involved in capturing and integrating voice alerts.
  • Managing the challenges of surveillance for a global commodities trading firm, including monitoring communications in a variety of languages and quantifying and mitigating risks associated with unmonitored languages.

Thursday, June 6

3:00pm CDT – 4:30pm CDT (Roundtable)
4:30pm CDT – 6:00pm CDT (Reception)

The St. Regis Houston
1919 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX 77027

This invitation does not constitute gifts/entertainment and there is no entrance fee and no preparation required. Should you have additional questions or are unable to register online, please reply to [email protected] and a member of our team will be happy to assist you.

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