Vendors in the financial services industry rarely make the headlines unless the news is bad. And in 2015, the news was often catastrophically bad. By Steve Marlin
Why it's important to understand whom you're building for.
"There’s a lot of promise in machine learning, but there are still massive unknowns and risks."
"Agile means different things to different organizations and some have adopted it to a greater extent than others."
"The more clients you can provide access to, the more attractive a channel your platform becomes, and more third-party vendors will be willing to make their content available via your platform."
Waters takes an in-depth look at advancements made in this field of artificial intelligence and where there's still room for advancement.
Financial services firms are seeing positive news on two different regulatory fronts of late — first from the confirmed delay of the Mifid II compliance deadline and secondly from the less obvious delays in implementation of the Common Reporting Standard...
The historic liquidity issues plaguing the fixed-income market have been recognized for some time and a number of trading platforms have been launched to facilitate trading, particularly within the secondary bond market.
Innovation doesn’t always come naturally to capital markets firms.
As we enter the latter half of this decade, wearable devices will continue to evolve in sectors such as healthcare and wellness.
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...
Hosted middleware solutions can help financial firms to be nimble in addressing changing market conditions, but connecting with the right technology partner is the real key to success. Sponsored analysis: Bloomberg
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