Dan and Anthony talk about the biggest topics at the most recent Waters event.
John offers his thoughts on the asset manager's recommendations for the future of electronic fixed-income trading.
A controversial regulation was the talk of this year's event.
Removing or replacing legacy systems is not as simple as it might seem
Market data is scarier than any trick or treat. So either learn to laugh at the frights, or be ready for things to go bump in the night.
Volatility in the foreign exchange market is being driven by a number of factors, but post-trade data issues are still lingering.
Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss their three-part blockchain series.
Everyone wants to point the finger at something, or someone, when it comes to flash crashes, but sometimes it's not that simple.
'Connecting the dots,' serving diverse users and complying with new rules all depend on flexible data operations
Today's financial markets are as much a matter of geographical design as fundamental structure, where correlations can be triangulated on a map.
Wearable sensory technology, and a self-critical approach to methods of managing data are just two elements out there that can keep data operations sharp. Michael examines how these can enhance intuitions about financial data.
After years of rigorous sell-side regulations, the buy side is experiencing its turn in the spotlight as the eventual implementation of Mifid II approaches, but John thinks the European regulators need to decide on a more clearly defined position.
Surveys of fixed-income market participants not showing any increased optimism over Bloomberg’s acquisition of Barclays Point risk analytics platform.
Dan talks to with Bruno Campenon, Americas head of custody and clearing services for BNP Paribas Securities Services, about the bank gaining approval to be a custodian for CME Clearing.
Industry experts weigh in on how many blockchains are needed in the industry.
"Market data and reference data functions are, if not unifying into a single unit, converging under a common structure."
The Hyperledger Project and various ISO efforts on display at Sibos show that the future is non-proprietary
When it comes to survival as a fintech startup, Victor says, it's all about sales. If, as the CEO of a startup, you do not spend every hour of every day focusing on sales, you and your business will fail. Period.
Breaking off from Intercontinental Exchange may genuinely offer a new start for the Interactive Data Managed Solutions business—just as a clean break has for other recent examples.
Thomson Reuters' acquisition of Redi Holdings shows that the firm is serious about bringing a greater presence to the buy side.
Dan and Anthony talk about CBOE agreeing to buy Bats Global Markets.
The social media company's stock isn't the only thing that's improving.
Divergence of datasets and data types will inevitably create convergence of data management functions.
Organizing body's efforts for KYC and ISO 20022 will be in the spotlight in Geneva