ISIN Controversy Rises Again in Europe
Could MiFIR disrupt the commercial models of reference data vendors?
Application programming interfaces, long popular for accessing data, are attracting attention for standardization. What can be done, however, is still questionable
As new exchanges enter the market, established bourses need to evolve in order to survive.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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
How do you solve a problem like legacy technology? Capital markets firms are constantly plagued by issues arising from or associated with technology that is no longer fit for purpose, leading to security, compliance and competitive risk.
Mike Madigan has spent nearly 15 years at Chicago-based WH Trading, building the proprietary trading firm’s technology from the ground up.
Mifid II will present the first regulatory framework designed specifically to regulate and monitor algorithmic trading functions within the EU.
Front offices are taking more notice of reference data management operations as the foundation for their decisions, driving data professionals to reconsider their tactics
Principles-based regulation goes live for systemically important firms
ECB releases draft of regulation, but questions remain
DTCC welcomes repeal of Dodd-Frank indemnification provisions
Data governance professionals are increasingly of two minds about whether governance is helped or hindered by using multiple data sources and systems
Weighing whether insurance industry reporting requirement can yield opportunities
MiFID II, Basel III, EMIR and more are pushing firms to seek overlap in meeting compliance demands, finding common ground in data
CTO of Aspect Capital, Barney Dalton, brought flexible control to both development and infrastructure through agile process implementation.
It’s clear that a culture of bad practice has deep roots in the industry, and more effort is needed to restore trust.
While IFRS 9’s development started before the full grip of the financial crisis took hold in the fall of 2008, in the wake of the collapse, it became clear that banks needed to do a better job of measuring and monitoring their credit losses. This new...