FINRA ingests over 50 billion records of stock market trading data daily, and its examiners, compliance officers, and analysts look at different slices of this data to draw powerful insights on market behavior and to identify anomalies in trading patterns. Janaki Parameswaran and Kishore Ramachandran explain how FINRA technology integrates data feeds from disparate systems to provide analytics and visuals for regulating equities, options, and fixed-income markets.
A secure, cloud-based approach to store and process data has opened up an array of options for analyzing large volumes of data. FINRA technology empowers market analysts with tools that enable cascading inquiries across the entire ecosystem of data. FINRA is building a collaborative analytics platform to support the analytical and statistical needs of market analysts; technologists and analysts can leverage this collaborative platform to prioritize and deploy effective data visualization frameworks and efficient drill-down solutions.
Janaki and Kishore share actionable strategies for creating a secure ecosystem of tools that range from simple to complex predictive analytics and from simple heat maps to complex data models, all unified to draw on each other’s strengths and yet adaptive to address changing business analytic needs.
Janaki Parameswaran has been delivering big data analytics solutions for 10+ years. She has expertise in ETL, data warehouses, cloud architectures, and business intelligence at scale.
Kishore Ramachandran is technology director in FINRA’s Market Regulation department leading the reporting and analytics team responsible for surveillance of equities and options markets.
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