The bank is one of a number of firms that have chosen the Bloomberg solution for collateral management and reconciliation.
Confluence's platform will help Royal London support the increasing reporting burden associated with its growing alternative investments business.
Panelists tackle the transaction reporting aspects of the upcoming MiFID II regulations and field questions from a live audience.
The pricing and fair value services from Markit will support Jackson's valuation processes.
The bank believes that by outsourcing the provision of research content, it can meet the unbundling requirements of MiFID 2.
The bank will use Wolters Kluwer's solutions suite to perform calculations and reporting functions, in line with upcoming regulations.
The news service also incorporates MT Newswires' enhanced insider transaction and holdings data, which identifies opportunities arising from company insiders buying or selling stock.
The San Francisco-based firm will use OneMarketData's OneTick Best Ex and its data history to perform TCA and review its trading performance.
User firms and vendors debate the roles of each in ensuring data quality and security.
The firm will use Symphony's platform to replace existing instant messaging platforms for internal communications, and ultimately external communications with clients.
The media publisher will use Millistream's data across the print and online assets of itself and related companies.
Baillargeon has spent almost 20 years in trading and technology roles on the buy side and sell side.
The bank's custodian arm is using StatPro's new Revolution Performance module to replace five former systems used for portfolio performance analytics.
Panelists acknowledged a skills gap that is hampering even faster takeup of machine-learning tools.
Deutsche Bank hopes that building a “hive” of activity around data science will help modernize and simplify its technology.
Communication with end-users and vendors alike is key to managing costs and supplier relationships, panelists said.
Using Narrative Science's Quill product will help Franklin Templeton to scale its commentary production and focus on more complex analysis.
The failures included missing or duplicate reports, and erroneous data for timestamps and execution quantities, among other data fields.
The firm will use the new Activ-Big Xyt joint offering to test trading models before entering new markets and asset classes.
The charting package will allow Bell Direct's clients to utilize technical analysis to support investment analysis and trading decisions.
Inclusion in LPL's Affinity vendor program exposes Money.Net to more than 14,000 LPL advisors, as part of a suite of affordable technology solutions.
Migrating its trading infrastructure to the Solace-based platform will enable GBM to better spot trends and trading opportunities.
The firm has enliested Screen InfoMatch to help it to move to a more efficient process for managing data contracts and invoices.
The fine is the highest imposed by the SEC for violations relating to reporting of "blue sheet" data, which encompasses various types of trade data.