Dan DeFrancesco chats to IBM's Ron Lefferts about his firm's role in creating and managing the database underpinning the Consolidated Audit Trail, set to come online in November this year.
Artificial intelligence is becoming more sophisticated. And, while she understands the benefits of this evolution, Emilia confesses that every new advancement in AI also scares her.
Artificial intelligence will change the world, but Victor wonders whether it will get too smart for its own good.
Bussmann will serve as president of Switzerland-based Crypto Valley Association.
Dan and Gabriel talk about AI initiatives at the Canadian bank. Later, Dan, James and Anthony discuss the LSE-Deutsche Börse merger debacle.
Anthony Johnson discusses race, management, and cybersecurity in the capital markets.
“What happens if someone destroys the fabric of the internet, where the whole objective is not to make money but to make the world burn?"
Every new innovation in the world of market and reference data brings with it a new set of challenges-from managing new datasets to ensuring uptime during storms and natural disasters.
Joanna Wright explains how robust data management and data governance are at the heart of an effective data security program.
On January 17, the self-regulatory organizations announced that Thesys Technologies had won the right to build the Consolidated Audit Trail, putting it in charge of what will be one of the biggest financial technology projects in the history of the…
In order to best position themselves in a future of dwindling returns, banks must invest in long-term technological advancements and work with financial technology companies.
Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss two features recently published on Waters.
Private equity firms can use the blockchain solution to open, manage, and administer funds.
Why the television and movie industry's coverage of finance and technology is so frustrating at times.
Dan explains how Hollywood has gotten lazy in its portrayal of the business and technology world.
Anthony Malakian looks at three major advancements made by Google that have moved AI forward.
The guys have a philosophical discussion about what the future will look like with humans and AI closely interacting.
Approximately 100 representatives of fund management firms participated in Northern Trust’s regulatory event, revealing concerns about the upcoming regulatory storm.
Humans have two options: Evolve or go extinct.
The pilot will be launched in the Middle East this year, to address transaction data flow between asset managers, custodians, and exchanges.
ChartIQ, The Beast Apps, and Tick42 join the open source innovation group.
Dan and Anthony discuss phishing attacks and established vendors partnering with younger, niche companies.
With an increase in regulation requiring automated processes and accurate data, adoption of so-called regtech tools is likely to snowball, participants say.
Collaborative network for pre-trade bond indication sharing adds Nomura and Jefferies to liquidity pool.
A new report claims that the main threat to financial institutions is coming from its people.