Where do firms need to improve when it comes to UX?
David Gurle, founder and CEO of Symphony, talks about what led to the deal.
Non-public and bespoke indices are two key areas that need to be further explained
Mounting regulations have given rise to a what some say is a new business sector: regtech.
Tarundeep Dhot, director of advanced analytics at CIBC, said the preeminent data science project is the Netflix recommendations list.
Panelists discuss the biggest hurdles firms are facing when it comes to moving systems to the public cloud.
Technology executives discuss when to look for outside assistance on an internal project.
Jim Gilligan, the recently retired president and CEO at Blue Cross Life Canada, spoke at a WatersTechnology conference about the challenges large firms face while innovating.
MSCI execs discuss upgrades the vendor has made to its analytics solutions.
Peter Cherecwich, president of global funds services at Northern Trust, shares his thoughts on blockchain.
Asia-Pacific Buy-Side Technology Summit risk panel highlights importance of a flexible and balanced risk management system.
Firms need to implement a culture of risk awareness and use the necessary tools to manage their risk
BasisCode Compliance, which launched a self-subscription service this week, is helping HA&W Wealth Management to more efficiently manage its compliance needs.
BST European Summit panel discuss how the buy side is adapting to sourcing liquidity in a changing marketplace.
C-Level panel acknowledges talent acquisition and retention is a key issue as technology becomes keystone of success.
Swiss asset manager Mirabaud is the latest buy-side firm to implement the EDM-based centralized repository via a managed service.
Since its launch, $1.6 billion has been executed on the platform with an average trade size of $3 million.
Speaking at Sifma Ops 2016, former US Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff said the biggest cyber threat five years from now will be the Internet of Things.
All-to-all platforms are slowly gaining favor to address some of the ills facing the fixed-income market. But they're not cure-alls, either.
Panelists at NATAS debate the pros and cons of data scientists having domain knowledge.
Executives say AI and machine learning are some of the most important technology trends going forward.
CFTC's Justin Slaughter said whoever is elected the next president of the US will likely make major changes to the Dodd–Frank Act.
Government agencies still tend to blame the victims of cyber attacks, said Lazard’s chief information security officer.
Lovas says the next logical step would be to do actual full-blown trading.