Emilia David fills in for Anthony Malakian to discuss fintech and Brexit with James Rundle, followed by a Game of Thrones recap.
Complaining about the influence of the new generation is de rigueur in some executive circles. But, James argues, senior technologists might not want to be the first ones to cast stones.
From RPA to machine learning to regtech, financial institutions are seeing great disruption coming out of the fintech space. BBH’s new fintech czar talks about how the bank is handling the change.
Traditional computers as we know them are reaching a fundamental barrier where they will not be able to solve certain problems or go any faster—enter quantum computing.
Trading network adds banks to bring total dealer members to 24.
Eurozone's financial capital seen as the big Brexit winner as tech vendors begin to follow banks in launching new Germany-based services
Vendor will provide a service that advises banks and buy-side firms seeking margin-model approval from the Fed ahead of 2018 deadline
In the world of traditional data management versus advanced analytics, some see data managers as sherpas and data science professionals as rocket scientists.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 80: All About Digital Currencies (And Some Libor, Politics & Game of Thrones)
There were major moves in the crypto space this week, which James has covered closely. They also discuss Libor's future phase-out, talk politics and analyze Game of Thrones.
In spite—or because—of the rising cost and complexity of data, cost-cutting and streamlining initiatives continue at financial institutions. Kirsten Hyde looks at how these efforts are affecting the headcount and structure of market data departments, and…
UK regulator puts scandal-hit benchmark on notice as industry examines alternative rates
Digital currencies are going through birth pains as an asset class, but some believe they can become the next commodity of choice for traders
US regulator makes strongest move yet toward overseeing finance’s Wild West
Bitcoin could diverge into two different versions of the same currency on August 1, creating further issues for institutional involvement.
Long-awaited ruling shows digital currencies are pushing for institutional-grade market structure
IBM makes headway with blockchain and encryption services; the FCA's Stephen Hanks says firms need to make decisions about their ARMs and APA providers soon.
Throwing more technology at technology problems is rarely the answer, but keeping central questions in mind can prompt beneficial reform
UK watchdog accepts “scale of the challenge” but urges firms to “crack on” with putting data reporting apparatus in place
DealVector has over 600,000 deals loaded on its platform across more than 1,000 firms and plans to grow that base with this investment.
New platform aims to simplify exchange of regulatory data and associated documents.
Distributed ledger project hopes to digitize shareholder processes for paper-based markets
IBM Z will allow for full encryption without performance disruptions to service-level agreements, IBM's Nick Sardino says.
All supervised financial institutions will be eligible to join the know-your-customer platform
Bloomberg gets FCA approval to test transaction reporting capabilities under MiFID II