Part two of this two-part feature looks at the business processes most suited to Agile & the need for Agile to be a company mentality.
For OTC derivatives transactions, market participants seeing more challenges beyond just regulatory reporting demands
European regulator talks to trading venues before testing, to centralize data reporting and liquidity calculations
Providers and consultants describe an 'evolution' of stored raw data into prescriptive 'intelligence'
Sensitive personal information about traders and decision-makers must be forwarded to regulators, leaving the industry seeing red
The benefits of using open-source software are too great to ignore for financial firms.
Artificial intelligence is being applied in numerous functions used in financial services data management
Aberdeen Asset Management's new group CTO/COO discusses using technology as a lever for transformation.
Regulation Automated Trading was created to protect market integrity and update the CFTC’s rules as algorithmic trading proliferates. There are many areas where there’s consensus agreement as to the benefits of this proposed regulation, but Anthony...
While the Agile software development methodology has been around since the mid-90s, it’s really only been in the last few years that capital markets firms have started to embrace various aspects of its Manifesto.
Vendors in the financial services industry rarely make the headlines unless the news is bad. And in 2015, the news was often catastrophically bad. By Steve Marlin
Regulatory burdens are driving development in early stage business sector
Risk modeling, separation of finance and risk departments become concerns for risk data management
Waters takes an in-depth look at advancements made in this field of artificial intelligence and where there's still room for advancement.
Georgette Kiser learned early in her career the importance of understanding the people she builds solutions and platforms for.
The historic liquidity issues plaguing the fixed-income market have been recognized for some time and a number of trading platforms have been launched to facilitate trading, particularly within the secondary bond market.
Innovation doesn’t always come naturally to capital markets firms.
As we enter the latter half of this decade, wearable devices will continue to evolve in sectors such as healthcare and wellness.
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.