U.S. and UK Enforcement Priority: Spoofing - 2020 Highlights and What to Expect in 2021

In a year of increased volatility across the world’s financial markets, prosecutors, regulators and exchanges on both sides of the Atlantic sharpened their focus on “spoofing” – i.e., bidding or offering without the intent to execute for the purpose of influencing prices in a direction favorable to a trader’s desired position on the opposite side of the market.

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