Anthony and James talk about how regulators in the US are falling behind other nations' regulators, the lack of talk about Reg AT, and an SRO for cryptocurrencies.
The idea of self-regulation makes for a good soundbite, but the practicality of the matter leaves much to be desired.
The Technology Advisory Committee didn't have much to say about Reg AT as commissioners Quintenz and Behnam appear to disagree on how to proceed.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 108: Dan Schleifer Talks About the Challenges of Creating a Fintech
ChartIQ's co-founder and CEO joins the podcast to give his insights—and lessons learned—as to how to create a startup geared toward the capital markets.
The Openlink deal is the latest in a string of acquisitions by ION as it consolidates power in treasury, derivatives and commodities, with the help of Carlyle Group.
The buy-side venue allows firms to forego share ante in favor of “proactive” policing.
Anthony, James and Max Bowie dig into the Thomson Reuters-Blackstone announcement and try and figure out the winners and losers, industry-wide.
Exchange says it will not look to increase volumes at the cost of additional risk as participants question listing process.
Anthony and James examine a new report about how the buy side is lagging behind when it comes to blockchain development, and how K-12 schools are lagging when it comes to teaching coding.
Chicago-based vendor has partnered with crypto exchange GDAX to offer spot and derivatives trading technology.
The company renamed itself Thesys Group and will focus on growing Thesys Technologies.
Tech chiefs and vendors see chance to revisit missed opportunities—in time.
From misleading risk indicators to unfair, unbalanced requirements, the head of the Association of Investment Companies talks to Jamie Hyman about the problems with rules around Key Information Documents, and why they are nearly impossible to solve.
Recent appointments at the US Securities and Exchange Commission have led some firms to believe regulators and policymakers will finally start to address what they believe to be opaque pricing structures for market data at exchanges. Joanne Faulkner…
While blockchain has not quite lived up to its hype as the replacement for almost every part of the trading lifecycle, financial firms are finding it useful in managing some of the “less-sexy” and data-heavy processes that most firms have to carry out…
Fund managers, vendors and trade associations release joint paper on making distributed-ledger technology work for the buy side.
AFTAs 2017: Best New Technology Introduced Over the Last 12 Months: Risk/Compliance and Reporting—AQMetrics
AQMetrics, headquartered just west of Dublin, Ireland, wins its first AFTA, beating 11 other outstanding entries in this category, thanks to the work it has done over the course of the last 12 months in enhancing the functionality of its approved…
AFTAs 2017: Best New Technology Introduced Over the Last 12 Months: Middle and Back Office—AdvantageData
AdvantageData Inc. (ADI) wins its first category at the AFTAs thanks to its Middle Market Loan Advantage offering, which saw off a handful of entries in this new category. The Boston-based firm, founded back in 1997, initially focused on providing cross…
Bill Murphy, CTO of Blackstone, once again joins the podcast to discuss the private equity firm's new offices, designed to house its innovations team.
Glitches and halts mark first few weeks of transparency requirements at systems operated by regulators.
The platform has over 100 models representing over 90 percent of Credit Suisse’s revenue within the Intermediate Holding Company (IHC).
Janus Henderson, the merged entity comprising Janus Capital and London-based Henderson Group, wins its first AFTA thanks to its Quantum Global offering, the firm’s risk management, research, and portfolio analysis tool, which has been used by the…
“We started in enhanced custody, we’ve moved to the broader securities finance business, and we’re starting to move into areas like FX and even more operational areas, like onboarding,” Delikaris says.
Since its launch two-and-a-half years ago, 7,800 data issues have been registered; 4,900 data issues have been consolidated; 1,100 data issues have been resolved; and 1,800 issues remain open and visible, each with a descriptive business case allowing…