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.
Cutting Through the Hype: Finding the Difference Between True Innovation and a Good Use of Buzzwords
Tech executives’ ability to sort through bogus claims around new technology is more important now than ever before.
MarketAxess’ Trax unit has received FCA approval to test transaction reporting capabilities under MiFID II, but is waiting for details of what the tests will involve.
The pilot aims to increase transparency in the proxy voting process by tracking vote progress.
Officials say SIX's solution will ease firms' compliance burden and provide a single source of audit-ready tax data.
CBA's CIO: "By developing a simulated quantum computing environment this allows us to assess the feasibility and performance of applications well before the first silicon-based quantum computer is finished.”
The next great battle in the financial services space might not be in the blockchain or AI spaces—although they will play a role. No, the next monumental shift in the technology space is likely to be the public cloud sector. Anthony Malakian looks at how…
Open Source, Cybersecurity, Fintech Relationships: A Look Back at the North American Trading Architecture Summit
Dan gives a recap of WatersTechnology’s biggest sell-side focused conference in the US.
Dan and Anthony discuss the North American Trading Architecture Summit.
While delivering the keynote address at this year's North American Trading Architecture Summit, Jim Adams of Deutsche Bank looked at the need for greater collaboration among banks in the open source space, and delved into the bank's internal projects.
C-level panelists at the North American Trading Architecture Summit discussed how effective data encryption is when it comes to sophisticated hackers.
The future of Europe is clouded in uncertainty and John says without consolidation, asset managers may find themselves struggling to keep up with international competitors.
Robo-advisors are gradually becoming more popular in Asia, especially among retail investors. While it will take some time, these advancements—and the technologies that underpin these platforms—are likely to seep into the institutional space in years to…
Buy-side firms are being pulled into two different directions by legacy applications and innovative new tools, noted panelists at this year's Asia-Pacific BST Summit.
In part one of this three-part series, Victor Anderson chats to SmartStream's Bharat Malesha about the challenges facing capital markets firms when it comes to fees and expense management.
A blockchain solution seeking to reduce settlement time for syndicated loans is now ready to move to final stages of development.
Dan and Anthony analyze four big deals from the past month and look back on data spend in 2016.
Additions to version 6.0 of the risk management platform for third-party relationships include a risk scoring calculator and remediation ability.
Victor Anderson speaks to SimCorp’s Stephen Butcher about the IBOR proposition facing buy-side firms, the business benefits realized on the back of such projects, and the operational and technology variables asset managers need to consider when embarking…
The collapse of the London Stock Exchange and Deustche Börse deal doesn't come as much of a surprise.
Innovation labs have become the norm for most banks, but that doesn’t mean it’s a fool-proof strategy.
The project was first conceived in 2009, and will last for three years, beginning in August.
The AI accelerators lets financial institutions fast-track programs around machine learning, natural language processing, and robotic process automation.
GreenKey’s new CEO, Nader Shwayhat, discusses the telephony vendor's latest platform release.