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.
Murray was named CTO at Northern in 2011.
Greifeld was recently named chairman of the board at Nasdaq.
The 2016 American Financial Technology Awards features a number of new categories to the now decade-old line-up—13 new categories in all—the highest profile of which is the best third-party technology vendor CIO or CEO category, awarded to an individual…
JPMorgan Asset Management’s Sparta uses the R language.
ChartIQ has been helping traders to make better decisions through its data visualization service
JPMorgan Chase wins the best compliance initiative category for its Global Legal Agreements Portal solution.
Northern Trust wins best infrastructure initiative, one of three award wins for the custodian at the 2016 AFTAs.
IPC Systems wins inaugural best communications infrastructure provider category for Unigy platform.
MTS Markets International and Bloomberg win for collaborating on MTS BondsPro available on Bloomberg terminals.
Axioma wins most innovative third-party technology vendor award for flagship Axioma Risk platform.
Broadridge wins Best Front-Office Initiative, an honor last awarded in 2007.
AFTAs 2016: Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor: Communication, Operations and Data Management—Asset Control
Asset Control wins the category in its first year of existence.
Trumid takes home the win in the category's inaugural year.
This is BofA's second win in the category.
Pershing wins the category for the second time in three years.
While not a complete stranger to the American Financial Technology Awards winners’ circle, Deutsche Bank has been conspicuous by its absence since its inaugural AFTAs win back in 2008 when it won the best global deployment category thanks to its Bank g…