Market data management veteran moves back to the buy side
Industry members chat about the best route to implementing disruptive technology.
Firm is first Canadian liquidity provider to join.
Firms can deliver significant cost savings by moving their data infrastructures into the cloud, but concerns over security--as well as mistrust of services providers for whom capital markets are not their primary focus--are holding back migration, according...
Julia Sutton has left Deutsche Bank to take a role within group customer data strategy at HSBC
When making a case for the return on investment (ROI) of an IT project, BMO Capital Markets’ head of operations and project delivery doesn’t get too deep. Quantifying ROI is very difficult, argues Naveen Balakrishnan, because the measurables evolve...
Canadian bankers and regulators fought off attacks against high-frequency trading practices at the Toronto Financial Information Summit. A pending study of its effects may validate their position or cause a reconsideration.
Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on June 26, 2013 to discuss how financial trading firms are looking to aggregate their risk exposure on a real-time basis and the challenges they face.
Australian arm of the asset management firm adopted Calastone's order routing service because it can accept messages of any size and format, and because the vendor has shown commitment to the local market
Michael Shashoua spoke with Royal Bank of Canada’s Patricia Huff about how Canada is preparing to comply with LEI and Fatca rules, and how her firm is keeping one step ahead in its efforts with technologies
Swift says new appointments reflect the importance of having a geographically diverse board
Data management is becoming more important to risk management functions, as the impact of regulation becomes more clear. Michael Shashoua hears the pros and cons of centralized data and single solutions compared to silos and multiple versions
Remaining stake in custody and fund administration provider to be bought for C$1.1 billion in cash.
The market has seen an upsurge in firms investing in improving counterparty data systems and processes to mitigate risk in the years following the fall of Lehman. But have the investments paid off? Inside Reference Data gathered a panel of leading industry...