While at Sibos Toronto, James shares some interviews covering topics on blockchain, fintechs and cybersecurity.
Consortia and bank experts say that the technology is ready to move from theory and pilot projects into full production environments next year.
Esma conference panelists discuss how the trading and market infrastructure will be affected by incoming regulatory changes.
Blockchain firm is looking at deploying its Ethereum-based technology into corporate actions.
Elements of the market consider capitalizing on the momentum gained after its recent T+2 move.
After a rocky finish to 2016, the London-headquartered fintech firm appears to have stabilized and is looking to the future.
Hostile governments are actively attacking banks in US and allies as criminal gangs gain access to nation-state tools.
Legacy concerns and spiraling costs are making robotic process automation technology increasingly unappealing for big banks.
Market participants are also concerned about the industry's ability to introduce changes such as instant settlement.
The firm has changed its relationship status with Microsoft Bing, saying that it finds more value in orthodox sources of data, reports Risk.net’s Luke Smolinski.
James and Anthony talk about the looming Sibos event in Toronto and take a look at some recent M&A activity and blockchain developments in the capital markets.
As digital natives, the younger generation is not used to being given guidelines on how to use technology within a firm, panelists said.
Increasingly advanced watchdogs have "upped the ante" for trading firms, compliance chiefs say.
Passive investing unlikely to kill off active strategies, according to speakers at this year's New York-hosted North American Buy-Side Technology Summit.
Compliance heads from Guggenheim Partners, Sierra Global Management, J Goldman & Co., and Rimes talk about trends in the regtech space. Anthony and James talk about the Symphony-Bloomberg battle.
While beneficial, the best examples of machine learning integrate human influence, say execs at this year's North American Buy-Side Technology Summit.
Senior technologists talk about the difficulties in retaining talent and the programs they’re implementing to stem the outflow of technologists from their firms.
Business agility and awareness of a firm’s shortcomings are key, says Janus Henderson exec.
US regulator discloses that social security numbers were compromised in Edgar cyber incident from 2016.
JPMorgan's Oliver Harris joins the podcast to talk about advancements in the fintech world and some of the specific projects underway at the bank.
SWIB began the project four years ago, which included the introduction of eight new technologies.
As Europe completes its plan for cross-border settlement, the European Central Bank decides on the future of the T2S platform.
Three exchanges explain how the upcoming regulation is creating a field of new business opportunities in Europe.
Bryan Harkins joins to discuss how the CBOE-Bats integration is going and plans for the exchange operator going forward. Anthony and James talk about the SEC hack and Esma's potential new powers.