The lesson to be learned from 2015 is that improvements in data governance planning need to continue.
As new exchanges enter the market, established bourses need to evolve in order to survive.
Data professionals can help focus traders on higher-value, strategic tasks around market data, such as identifying new datasets and suppliers.
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.
A look at StatPro's acquisition of Investor Analytics.
As institutional investors increase their allocations to alternative investments, they’re finding that they need to improve their analytical capabilities when it comes to monitoring enterprise risk.
Looking at the pros and cons of multiple in-house IT teams.
The quest for connectivity between the working world and the digital experience.
Dyson discusses the lessons learned after working nearly three decades in the federal government.
Victor highlights the key criteria startups must meet in order to gain a foothold in the capital markets.
A revamped approach to the sometimes-dysfunctional sociology and technology that govern the syndicated loans and collateralized loan obligation markets is now in thrall. Learning from previous Herculean efforts, incremental steps are now realizing significant...
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The Chinese market is heavily retail driven, but innovation in the peer-to peer lending sector is likely to influence the development of institutional banking and capital markets.
Regulators are looking for evidence of good processes and procedures around data within the firms that fall under their jurisdiction, according to panelists at RIMES Technologies’ annual Data Governance Conference. By David Dawkins
How do you solve a problem like legacy technology? Capital markets firms are constantly plagued by issues arising from or associated with technology that is no longer fit for purpose, leading to security, compliance and competitive risk.
While it's impossible to know what the future might hold, it's almost guaranteed that upstarts will look to upend incumbents in 2016.
GX Compliance platform boasts a flexible rules engine, combined with data and resolution-management tools to provide a fully auditable control process.
Marcante has spent over two decades at Vanguard, serving in various roles.
The Fusion Center enables a deeper level of monitoring across the bank’s entire enterprise by leveraging new technologies and tools to correlate data in innovative ways.
Bank by Appointment (BBA) and Click-to-Dial functionality represent the pinnacle of BofA’s efforts in the space.
The alternative trading system (ATS) is also anonymous, all-to-all, and focused on blocks rather than odd lots.