Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss two features recently published on Waters.
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 guys have a philosophical discussion about what the future will look like with humans and AI closely interacting.
Dan and Anthony discuss phishing attacks and established vendors partnering with younger, niche companies.
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?
Dan and Anthony chat about four recently-published features from Waters and Inside Data Management that look at various aspects of Mifid II. This week’s podcast is sponsored by SmartStream.
Keith Lubell has worked for the DoD, was an unemployed musician and painter, and now heads tech for an investment bank. All those experiences are connected.
Dan talks to the director of Fidelity Labs about virtual and augmented reality. This week’s podcast is sponsored by SmartStream.
Michael Kraines has over 25 years of experience in the investment banking sector.
Dan and Anthony celebrate the one-year anniversary of the podcast.
This move is part of a larger data management overhaul at Raymond James.
Waters examines how natural language processing and natural language generation tools are being used on Wall Street
Rotation partnered with Financial Fabric to build out its DataHub.
Vela was formerly known as SR Labs.
The DataHub was built in partnership with vendor Financial Fabric using a co-sourcing model.
The platform saves price returns, DV01 calculations, IE01 sensitivity measurements, Vega risk and Greeks metrics for each asset on a daily basis.
The firm's Cortex team takes home the award.
"Neo is connected to the core trading services of the bank."
Dan and Tony look at the regulatory outlook for 2017.
Bloomberg analysts have different tales to tell for 2017 when it comes to regulatory oversight for asset managers in the US and Europe.
Dan chats with Nasdaq's new CEO.
With chairman Massad leaving the CFTC and commissioner Giancarlo likely to have a greater say, the source-code provision may be in trouble...if not the rule as a whole.