امیر هامونی

The CEO of OTC Iran, stating that in all parts of the world, the supervision of transactions is of special importance, announced the monitoring of market violations using intelligent and automatic monitoring systems

Tehran, January. 24 (SENA)- Explaining the situation of trading supervision and using technology in detecting violations, Amir Hamooni told the Securities  and Exchange News Agency (Sena): "The strong presence of shareholders in the capital market and trust in this market in the past few years has significantly increased the market's liquidity compared to the past." So that the dynamism and vitality in this market has doubled, while this presence reveals the importance of monitoring transactions more than before.

"Some of the old systems, called Sampa and Sampa Pro, used to operate in the past, which is related to the previous trading system," Hamooni said, noting that in today's meeting, members of the parliament's economic commission were asked about regulatory systems, why they were changed and sometimes abandoned. They were from Atos, but with the purchase of the Atos trading system, the French proposed the Aramis system for the surveillance system, which gradually decided to use domestic technologies along with the Aramis system as the market deepened.

According to him, Nahan, Bidar and BI systems were used as internal technologies in the field of surveillance systems, and these systems were developed alongside the Aramis system.

He explained that the monitoring of market violations, like other stock markets in the world, is currently done using intelligent monitoring systems: Monitoring systems monitor and analyze Markets and codes in two ways: Real-time or Historical. Of course, the type and nature of the data can affect how it monitors.

He continued by pointing out that in the last one or two years, efforts have been made to use the world-famous external monitoring systems. Came into being and we could no longer use these systems

According to Hamooni, the monitoring systems are currently operating intelligently and in case of violations, these systems automatically detect violations; Both in the OTC market and in the Tehran Stock Market, these supervisions are carried out continuously by the Deputy of Market Supervision and related managements.

The CEO of OTC Iran also pointed to two challenges in the field of monitoring systems and said: "One is that there is no access to data of other devices, which according to Article 19 of the securities market, other devices must give us data to strengthen monitoring and second Regarding some violations that occur in the market, we need legal support to inform, for example, the channels that signal for personal gain with the characteristics of the channel owner, in which case we need to develop the necessary laws.

He concluded: "For example, the result of these investigations is the blocking of stock market codes or non-approval of transactions in some symbols, and in more complex cases, sometimes the formation of judicial and criminal cases, and the like, where violations of some transaction codes have been identified."

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