Elly Hardwick explains why the German bank decided to open its fourth lab in Manhattan, and how all four will work together going forward.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority is working to ensure its own readiness for Mifid II data challenges, and acknowledges that many firms will struggle with similar issues.
Natixis Global Asset Management’s Marina Gross explains the rationale for selecting BISAM as the build partner for its Portfolio Clarity Web Portal.
State Street’s data and analytics arm is setting its sights on machine learning and robotic process automation to help firms deal with data management challenges, starting with the consumption and sharing of research, reports Joanne Faulkner.
Colt is on an aggressive expansion plan to provide its Colt IQ Network service to more enterprise customers in Asia, but in some countries, this requires some groundwork first. Wei-Shen Wong outlines the vendor’s plans in the region.
John Ramsay, IEX's chief market policy officer, speaks to WatersTechnology about the issues the exchange sees with NYSE’s plan for implementing a speed bump at NYSE MKT.
In addition to setting a plan to foster fintech innovation, he also laid out a new strategy to reduce the Commission's regulatory footprint, much to the relief of those in attendance at the FIA Boca conference.
Financial institutions looking to automate processes shouldn’t keep the technology in only one area of the business, speakers at a recent DTCC forum say, but rather make it into a holistic solution to add more value to the business.
The data provider will offer best execution and SI determination services from January 3, 2018.
From trade reporting to best execution requirements, the fixed-income market is going to change in 2018...but what that change will look like is still to be determined.
Dan DeFrancesco chats to IBM's Ron Lefferts about his firm's role in creating and managing the database underpinning the Consolidated Audit Trail, set to come online in November this year.
“What happens if someone destroys the fabric of the internet, where the whole objective is not to make money but to make the world burn?"
In order to best position themselves in a future of dwindling returns, banks must invest in long-term technological advancements and work with financial technology companies.
Euronext speaks to WatersTechnology about its soon-to-be unveiled MTF for block trading that it claims “bridges the gap between human trading and electronic execution.”
Pier 88’s Jackie Fertitta discusses why her hedge fund chose LiquidityBook over others in the market.
Anthony Malakian looks at three major advancements made by Google that have moved AI forward.
The pilot will be launched in the Middle East this year, to address transaction data flow between asset managers, custodians, and exchanges.
With an increase in regulation requiring automated processes and accurate data, adoption of so-called regtech tools is likely to snowball, participants say.
Application aims to enhance market intelligence in bond trading through customizable view of Trace data feeds on a single screen.
The result aims to improve analytics and reporting capabilities for users.
Between Mifid II and talks of dismantling Dodd–Frank, it might seem like a volatile period ... but when it comes to tech, how much has really changed?
Following its successful proofs of concept with blockchain initiatives, Nasdaq is exploring how the technology can be brought to the wider market.
CFTC's chairman says a rule needs to be in place.
CFTC commissioner will look to make reforms to help foster fintech growth.