Dan and Anthony talk about the custody business and KYC.
Dan and Anthony breakdown what makes a good media relations person and what doesn't.
Archive recording of May 11 webcast on compliance with European regulation
Dan and Anthony talk regulations, fixed income and blockchain.
Dan talks about his trip to Miami while Anthony discusses fixed income.
Dan looks at the SEC's latest announcement around the CAT and then bothers Anthony on vacation.
Dan and Anthony recap the North American Trading Architecture Summit and the Sell-Side Technology Awards.
Dan and Anthony talk about TruMid's new offering and how they would run their own innovation labs.
Dan and Anthony chat about their April features.
The guys look at how trading venues have evolved, what's in store for the former UBS CIO and the fallout from the end of the Apple-FBI battle.
Dan and Anthony look at the Markit-IHS merger and recap Anthony's trip to FIA Boca.
Dan shares his thoughts on Cyber Risk North America and the agreement between Deutsche Börse and LSE.
StockViews and Bloomberg moves are just the latest additions to a growing field
Dan and Anthony analyze mergers on the buy side for vendors of risk platforms and the usage of open source in financial services.
Dan and Anthony look at machine learning and the best way to get promoted.
Dan and Anthony talk about the Apple-FBI dispute and the potential LSE-Deutsche Börse merger.
Dan and Anthony discuss patching and the benefits of splitting up blockchain from bitcoin.
Could postponement of MiFID II, MiFIR's driver, make room for more thought about identifier standards?
Dan and Anthony touch on eight different stories that broke this week in the fintech world.
Dan and Anthony discuss the recent fines levied against dark pools and enterprise risk analytics.
Dan and Anthony chat about the DTCC's white paper on blockchain and a big merger on the buy side.
Dan and Anthony discuss their recent opinion pieces in their inaugural podcast.
Data management harmonization and harnessing multiple databases figure big in meeting demands
Data processing challenges can be met by finding common traits in data, whether in corporate actions, evaluated pricing or otherwise