Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
John reviews some of last week’s top sell-side stories, including the European Commission’s proposals for new rules on the supervision of non-EU CCPs.
New EU rules suggest London-based clearinghouses may be forced to relocate to the eurozone.
Hung parliaments are rarely a good thing for stable democracies or buy-side strategies.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 73: The UK Election, Brexit & Fintechs; The Bloomberg Point-Port Integration
An examination of what the UK election and eventual Brexit negotiations could mean for London's fintech space followed by a discussion of Bloomberg's Point-Port integration.
Asset Control's Martijn Groot explores how US proposals for lighter regulatory reform and Brexit negotiations may impact EDM and data management professionals in the coming months.
John says investment banks relocating as a result of Brexit have a chance to rethink technology infrastructures.
The future of Europe is clouded in uncertainty and John says without consolidation, asset managers may find themselves struggling to keep up with international competitors.
European Commission prohibits deal on basis it would create a monopoly for fixed-income clearing in Europe.
The collapse of the London Stock Exchange and Deustche Börse deal doesn't come as much of a surprise.
The Bats-FactSet Brexit 50/50 indexes precede the British prime minister officially invoking article 50 on March 29.
Even after Britain leaves the European Union, financial firms wanting to do business within the EU will need to comply with MIFID II. But removing the UK from EU markets could still derail new European trading and transparency rules. Samuel Wilkes…
In honor of the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournament starting this week, Dan creates a bracket of the biggest financial technology trends.
The UK regulator has strong words for asset managers on best execution, while it builds bridges for fintech development with its Japanese counterpart.
LSEG refuses European Commission’s antitrust demand to sell stake in Italian platform MTS, placing proposed merger in jeopardy.
The feed provides news and information about stocks, indexes and currencies that ADVFN has identified as being subject to impact from Brexit.
The vendor and its clients see tweets relating to political events as a potential source of alpha.
How to sum up 2016? John considers what the year means for asset managers going forward into 2017.
How the deregulation of London's capital markets structure in 1986 has led to large amounts of regulation in 2016.
Volatility in the foreign exchange market is being driven by a number of factors, but post-trade data issues are still lingering.
Everyone wants to point the finger at something, or someone, when it comes to flash crashes, but sometimes it's not that simple.
After years of rigorous sell-side regulations, the buy side is experiencing its turn in the spotlight as the eventual implementation of Mifid II approaches, but John thinks the European regulators need to decide on a more clearly defined position.
John matches up UK political party leaders with their most likely financial technology startups.
John mulls over a few topics that he believes will play a significant part for what is left of 2016.