A recent survey produced by Linedata highlights some of the more pressing challenges facing asset managers in today's environment.
Industry participants give their thoughts on what the ‘FBI v. Apple' case could mean for capital markets firms.
And who should own the data? Is it possible to have one person be responsible for all of that information?
Firms' confidentiality policies need to adapt to the changes in social media and technology.
While most were not surprised by the size of the penalties, there are plenty residual effects still to be felt from the news.
"The big difference between the original blockchain for bitcoin and the blockchain now widely talked about by banks is that instead of preferring transactions to be unknown, blockchain prefers transactions to be known."
Portware’s director of research speaks about artificial intelligence.
Rob Palatnick gives his thoughts on the DTCC's recently published white paper regarding the need for industry collaboration around blockchain.
2016 will mark five years since Broadridge bought Paladyne Systems.
Monitoring provider discusses adapting to new trends.
Regulations, cost control and changes in investment techniques are requiring new data management solutions and processes.
Initiative to ease access to fixed-income liquidity through standardized information opens to wider bond markets.
Bloomberg's purchase of Netbox Blue comes after the two firms held a partnership for two years.
Every September Linedata unveils new capabilities. Liquid Alts are at the top of the list.
Waters chats with NICE Actimize's AML division about what is in store for the New Year.
Last year the vendor launched its new SaaS-based trading platform and rolled out the Algo Development Lab.
Two HSBC employees discuss the firm's recent announcement.
NSX is the 12th US stock exchange entrant, with IEX looming on the horizon.
Another year of new regs, major mergers and a drive toward automation.
Blockchain is coming to the capital markets, but what shape it takes is unclear
Sunil Hirani, CEO of trueEX, talks with WatersTechnology about the launch of trueFIX and partnerships with JPMorgan and RBS.
Katina Stefanova, founder, CEO and chief investment officer of Marto Capital, discusses her views on technology and liquidity.
Wealth management firms in the region are moving too slowly in developing a complete digital strategy and must take a bolder stance on new technologies or risk being left behind. The same is true of prudential authorities.
Regulators are looking for evidence of good processes and procedures around data withing the firms that fall under their jurisdiction.