Dan and Anthony touch on eight different stories that broke this week in the fintech world.
And who should own the data? Is it possible to have one person be responsible for all of that information?
Delay of MiFID II entry to application confirmed for Jan. 3, 2018 due to “exceptional technical implementation challenges.”
Numerous market participants have responded to the problem of shallow liquidity in fixed-income markets with the launch of new trading platforms, but without any tangible success.
Could MiFIR disrupt the commercial models of reference data vendors?
According to the Financial Times, five large fund managers are partnering to explore the benefits of blockchain technology.
ISIN Controversy Rises Again in Europe
Firms' confidentiality policies need to adapt to the changes in social media and technology.
Application programming interfaces, long popular for accessing data, are attracting attention for standardization. What can be done, however, is still questionable
Dow Jones is the first newswire on the platform, which is aiming to be "Google for analysts"
- BNY Mellon Expands Scope of Risk Platform
- Interactive Data Hires Brodhead for Reference Data Sales
- Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 4: Flash Crash, MiFID II, Blockchain on the Buy Side, DMMs
- Westwood Taps Markit for EDM
- Benefits, Limitations Abound for ‘as-a-Service' Platforms When it Comes to Risk