Walker was at Goldman Sachs for 15 years before retiring last year.
By some estimates, investment in alternative datasets will exceed $7 billion by 2020. At the same time, machine learning and other AI techniques are evolving at a rapid pace. The combination of the two will be significant.
Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
IBM marks its first major product launch in the financial services regulatory space with the roll-out of new cognitive solutions educated by Promontory professionals.
The offering adds an additional 19% of volume to the original block execution and will absorb 9 out of every 10 blocks that appear in the minute following the initial block, according to Liquidnet.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 73: The UK Election, Brexit & Fintechs; The Bloomberg Point-Port Integration
An examination of what the UK election and eventual Brexit negotiations could mean for London's fintech space followed by a discussion of Bloomberg's Point-Port integration.
Anthony and Emilia take a look at the municipal bond market and the proliferation of electronic platforms.
Industry testing for FRTB will begin in 2019 with implementation coming in 2020, though there is hope that personnel changes at the Basel Committee will lead to some extra leeway.
Quinlan joined Eze in 1999 back when the company was Eze Castle Software.
Stephen Morse gives a presentation on how traders are using information created via Twitter to derive trading insights.
Certain advancements are leading to more collaborative efforts between vendors. At the same time, M&A in the analytics space is still red hot. Anthony sorts through what this means for the industry moving forward.
Adam Sussman joins Anthony Malakian to talk about Liquidnet's acquisition of OTAS, machine learning and AI, and what the buy side wants from analytics platforms.
ChartIQ describes Finsemble as "all that glue that makes everything inside a Bloomberg terminal work perfectly well with everything else.”
This year we have 30 categories, including two new ones: Best Outsourcing Service Provider and Best Artificial Intelligence Technology Provider.
Neal Pawar, AQR's CTO, joins Dan and Anthony to talk about attracting talent, the future of open source, and his love of Liverpool football club.
Vital served stints at Broadridge, Eze Software and Morgan Stanley.
According to regulatory filings, the CAT will cost the industry $50.7 million for the fiscal year beginning November 2016.
While the artificial intelligence (AI) category is new to the Sell-Side Technology Awards lineup, it is reasonable to expect it to be a staple for as long as this program continues to run. The inaugural winner is Franklin, Tennessee-based, Digital…
What do you get when you combine the best artificial intelligence (AI) technology provider with the best market surveillance provider from the same awards? Well, you get the winner of this year’s best alliance category award—the first time this category…
Since the launch of the Sell-Side Technology Awards five years ago, there has been only one winner of the best cloud provider category—BT with its BT Radianz Cloud.
Back in June 2016, Waters attended the sixth annual New York FinTech Innovation Lab Demo Day, held at Bank of America’s One Bryant Park offices. One of the eight profiled startups on the day was Madison Avenue-based AlphaPoint, whose platform was…
No part of the capital markets is seeing more investment and innovation that the analytics sector. Trading firms are always looking to find new information sources and artificial intelligence has helped to improve those efforts as they try to find alpha…
For the second straight year, it is Cloud9 Technologies taking home the best sell-side communication system award in what’s becoming an increasingly competitive category.
Mazy Dar speaks with Waters about the company’s new Community Edition offering and its decision to open source its core platform.