The guys talk about Dan’s feature and Anthony’s trip to Florida for the industry’s biggest futures conference.
Dan explains that the only way to properly handle the presence of shadow IT at a firm is recognizing that it’s likely not going anywhere.
The raft of upcoming regulations has the industry focused on compliance. But to demonstrate compliance, you first need visibility and good data management.
Dan and Emilia discuss the pros and cons of implementing an automation solution that’s holistic.
In honor of the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournament starting this week, Dan creates a bracket of the biggest financial technology trends.
The UK regulator has strong words for asset managers on best execution, while it builds bridges for fintech development with its Japanese counterpart.
Blackstone’s head of technology returns to the podcast to talk about how firms can handle technical debt.
The massive service disruption of AWS Simple Storage Service’s US-EAST-1 Region last week caused plenty of issues for folks, but it also gave Twitter the opportunity to truly shine.
With nine months left to prepare for the arrival of Mifid II in Europe, John asks why the buy-side community is still struggling to get to grips with how the regulation will impact technology infrastructures and applications.
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.
Aggelos explains that both the European Commission and the European Securities and Markets Authority have been explicit in their communication when it comes to derivatives trading in general and transparency around OTC products in particular, in the run…
Artificial intelligence will change the world, but Victor wonders whether it will get too smart for its own good.
Dan and Gabriel talk about AI initiatives at the Canadian bank. Later, Dan, James and Anthony discuss the LSE-Deutsche Börse merger debacle.
The need for the CAT to be a top priority.
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.
Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss two features recently published on Waters.
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.
The guys have a philosophical discussion about what the future will look like with humans and AI closely interacting.
Tim Bourgaize Murray looks back on Neil DeSena's legacy.
Humans have two options: Evolve or go extinct.
Dan and Anthony discuss phishing attacks and established vendors partnering with younger, niche companies.
Lesson one: Trust your gut.
A last-ditch plea to regulators to take a lenient approach once the variation margin requirements come into effect may fall on deaf ears.
New technology platforms and models are finally starting to have an impact on the fixed-income market's historic trouble spots.