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.
The new administration has made comments about regulation's future that could put some policies on thin ice.
Particpants need more clarity on Mifid's trade reporting requirements
Hatstand's Keith Delmarco makes the case for why financial institutions should enlist trusted third parties to perform market data optimization projects.
Despite an anti-regulation stance, the Trump administration is unlikely to completely repeal Dodd–Frank, Victor says.
Dan and Anthony chat about four recently-published features from Waters and Inside Data Management that look at various aspects of Mifid II. This week’s podcast is sponsored by SmartStream.
The key to virtual reality’s success isn’t the technology—it’s the people.
Dan talks to the director of Fidelity Labs about virtual and augmented reality. This week’s podcast is sponsored by SmartStream.
John offers some alternative facts concerning the buy side and its technology capabilities.
Dan explains why the CFTC's new acting chairman won't be repealing everything in sight.
With MiFID II just 12 months away, Max previews this issue of Inside Data Management's focus on the upcoming European regulation.
John considers news from Thomson Reuters and FactSet, and previews this year's BST European Summit.
Dan and Anthony celebrate the one-year anniversary of the podcast.
Thesys choice upsets the status quo.
Emilia David ruminates on innovation and how banks can speed up technological evolution in capital markets.
“It is important for regulators to become comfortable with the new technologies serving the industries they oversee.”