C-level executives at Waters USA talk about creating areas where innovation can prosper.
At this year's Waters USA event, panelists discussed the benefits of machine learning and AI, and where these technologies are still lacking.
Panelists at Waters USA 2016 had contrasting views on the impact of robo advisors.
The fines are part of ongoing efforts to unravel a litany of failures by firms associated with the 1Malaysia Development Bhd fund.
When opting for the Agile software development methodology, Victor says firms should think carefully about how to time their releases.
The State of Wisconsin Investment Board is expanding its use of BNY Mellon's OnCore middle-office outsourcing solution.
Questions remain about whether the current clock drift between exchanges and broker-dealers will allow for accurate data.
Anthony chats with three of the four creators of the Julia programming language.
The trading network created a virtual hub, allowing buy-side clients to review new technology products.
A recent WSJ story highlighting the increase of artificial intelligence courses offered at business schools should mean further growth for the innovative technology.
The code is available for download via Corda.net for free to encourage the contribution of the global developer community.
The new functionality provides a list of bonds that are most likely to trade in the near term.
John considers some of last week’s top BST stories, including some of ETAS 2016’s best panel discussions.
Firms are now recognizing the opportunities to collaborate and share the costs of managing data in a utility to deliver cleaner, more accurate and cheaper reference data.
The FCA's TechSprint events aim to foster collaboration and development around new regtech solutions.
Aequitas CEO Jos Schmitt says the exchange will lobby regulators and market participants about practices that it says damage competition and investors' trading.
ETAS panel says electronification of bond trading will be adversely affected by new regulation unless market, product dynamics are recognized.
Is patience with distributed-ledger technology already starting to diminish after a hyperbolic year?
ETAS panel dismisses common perceptions about artificial intelligence and machine learning, asking for business cases to take off.
This is followed by regulatory compliance, underscoring the need for more agile software.
The Bureau claims Aequitas would have been unlikely to be able to create a competing product, despite TMX's restrictions.
Dan and Emilia examine Capgemini’s accelerator program.
What's in a name?
Santander is reported to have left the blockchain consortium as well.