Innovation and large-in-scale trading are set to be given a boost as the industry seeks ways to combat the dark pool double volume caps under Mifid II.
Cloud-based portfolio analytics provider becomes the newest member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) aiming to raise awareness around the cloud computing environment.
TT CEO Rick Lane talks with Waters about the vendor’s new desktop offering, which can accommodate 18 monitors, if not more.
At the North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York, artificial intelligence came under the spotlight with industry participants discussing the extent to which it might replace humans across the capital markets.
On the surface, the concept of shadow IT seems simple: A project is started without proper authorization because those involved want to avoid having to jump through the various hoops required to get the green light to build the technology. In actuality, shadow IT is much more nuanced.
Dan explains that the only way to properly handle the presence of shadow IT at a firm is recognizing that it’s likely not going anywhere.
The GDPR will mainly affect less organized asset managers, as well as vendors that might need to provide modifications to their CRM systems.
With an unenviable raft of new regulation imminently coming into force, market participants anticipate a flurry of adoption of compliance-related technology, which is expected to prove lucrative for RegTech providers. Joanna Wright and Max Bowie talk to some of the key players about the drivers behind this trend, and RegTech’s potential over the long term.
For years, sophisticated data monitoring and analytics have been a key component of developing trading strategies. Now, as Joanne Faulkner discovers, firms are taking approaches first developed for use by traders and turning the tables, and are using them outside the trading flow to monitor the traders themselves.
Even after Britain leaves the European Union, financial firms wanting to do business within the EU will need to comply with MIFID II. But removing the UK from EU markets could still derail new European trading and transparency rules. Samuel Wilkes investigates, with additional reporting by Philip Alexander
Dan and Anthony talk about how technologists—and traders—are portrayed in TV and on the big screen, and just how accurate those portrayals are.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails