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Scott Lamm, Wedbush Futures

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Wedbush Futures signs with Trillium Surveyor for trade surveillance

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Trillium announced today that leading futures broker Wedbush Futures will now use Trillium’s Surveyor platform for trade surveillance.

“I have worked with several surveillance products over the last couple of years and I am truly impressed with the seamless on-boarding process. We are fortunate to work with Trillium,” says Scott Lamm (pictured), VP of Surveillance, Business Conduct at Wedbush Futures.
 
“We welcome Wedbush Futures to our growing Surveyor customer base and share in their excitement about this partnership. Surveyor offers its users next-generation detection, visualisation, and workflow functionality to keep up with the demands of current-day trade surveillance. All of these features, combined with our industry leading support, contribute to the growing trend of clients like Wedbush choosing to switch to Surveyor and leave their legacy surveillance products behind,” says Bailey Kessing, Business Development at Trillium.
 
Trillium says that Surveyor is the only trade surveillance software that qualifies alerts using full depth-of-book market data. Competing software just uses top of book data, missing real market manipulation and producing time-wasting false positives.

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