What do you get when you mix market data with a long, hot summer? Long, cool data cocktails!
Sapient's Julie Rodriguez and Piotr Kaczmarek set out to prove that not only is a picture worth a thousand words; it's also worth thousands of dollars to your business.
Singapore and Hong Kong may be vying to be Asia’s biggest financial technology hub, but John thinks it will be some time before they can compete with the West.
Working with data, whether for compliance, following standards or performing analysis, relies on a common approach
Calling for a moratorium on regulation in financial services is a bad idea, Dan says.
This week, Max highlights one worthy recipient and two worthy seekers of expansion funding.
Dan is joined by two bitcoin specialists to discuss the latest hack suffered by the cryptocurrency.
Unimpressed with US politics, Max lays out his own manifesto for data democratization—focusing on fees, smart content, latency and regulation—to make trading strategies great again.
John thinks the buy side is right to hold out against the blockchain hype, and that won’t change anytime soon.
John looks at how a neglected middle office is a millstone around the neck of some asset managers.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have been on an evolutionary process since first debuting in the US more than 25 years ago. The ETF market has become wildly popular, but also increasingly complicated, requiring better analytics and tools to navigate its…
What will it take to get financial firms to completely buy in to public clouds?
The path for the legal entity identifier to reach its administrator’s goal of 1.5 million registrations must be paved collaboratively with the industry that carries out the work of registering. Michael sees GLEIF, the administering foundation, as gaining…
The difference between skill and luck came under the spotlight after the golden period of the mid-2000's when asset managers produced-double returns. Transparency into how assets are managed is the best way to differentiate the two.
Simple ways to keep data professionals happy when they return from vacation to the daily grind... assuming you let them take vacation.
John looks at how one example of an FX specialist diversifying its offering vindicates an article he wrote nine months ago.
Unstructured data has been around for a long time, but its importance is emerging in new ways
With Dan on vacation Anthony welcomes on his dad, Larry, to talk about a range of topics.
Trading turrets are quickly turning into relics of the trading floor and will soon fall by the wayside.
Proofs of concept still rule when it comes to vendor selection
With US political conventions in full swing, Max outlines his manifesto for data democracy.
Dan and Anthony talk about the future of trading turrets and Sifma's response to the CAT plan.
Following last week’s Waters Rankings 2016, John considers what it takes for buy-side vendors to be climb to the top of the pile.
The hurdles the CAT has faced stem from the SEC giving the power to SROs.