Joanne Faulkner reports on NAFIS panelists' views on machine learning and its current and future applications for the capital markets.
Integrating data science projects will be key for institutions to get the most out of data in the future, but skillsets and the role of data scientist teams are still evolving. Joanne Faulkner reports.
Panelists at the North American Financial Information Summit described the transformative potential of “data lakes” for supporting firms’ ever-increasing analytics and alternative data storage requirements. Joanne Faulkner reports.
The adoption of a technology-centric strategy will be the difference to those that survive in the face of a changing buy-side environment.
Joanne Faulkner reports on how financial firms expect to increase their consumption and use of market data while managing increasingly complex data, to meet regulatory demands and deliver a new edge.
C-Level panel identifies legacy technology and culture, deep-rooted in many firms, as the biggest hurdle to business transformation.
Panelists at this year’s BST European Summit in London discuss how the get the most out of the legacy technologies while also improving infrastructure through the deployment of new ones.
Victor Anderson looks back at yesterday's European Buy-Side Technology Summit 2017 and lists 10 takeaways that cropped up during the day's discussions.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority is working to ensure its own readiness for Mifid II data challenges, and acknowledges that many firms will struggle with similar issues.
ETAS panel says electronification of bond trading will be adversely affected by new regulation unless market, product dynamics are recognized.
Institutions see data science as the most important challenge and opportunity facing their data management functions.
Schroders CTO Stewart Carmichael details how the investment firm is embracing change through the adoption of the Agile methodology.
John gives some thoughts on the BST Awards and the upcoming European Trading Architecture Summit.
Vendors must become more informed about regulation to be able to create solutions to assist clients in meeting regulatory demands.
Exchanges say data will continue to have sufficient value to justify data fees, whatever changes occur in trading activity.
Adhering to old-fashioned, siloed data management practices can be costly and inhibit firms' ability to use data to support innovation.
Reluctance by firms to take risks on unknown entities means being acquired is the most viable route for startups to enter the information space and be a "game changer."
User firms and vendors debate the roles of each in ensuring data quality and security.
Panelists acknowledged a skills gap that is hampering even faster takeup of machine-learning tools.
JP Morgan Chase employs “data quality pyramid” to better monetize and reduce costs around its own data.
Communication with end-users and vendors alike is key to managing costs and supplier relationships, panelists said.
Intercontinental Exchange's acquisition of Interactive Data paid off and brought in new award wins fo rthe exchange.
Vendor licenses may not support use of their data to meet regulatory requirements, as these uses were not envisaged when terms were originally drafted.
This year’s BST European Summit features Paula Walter, chief technology officer at Newton Investments in London and BlackRock's Ed Fishwick.