Anthony joined Waters in October 2009. He currently serves as editor at large at WatersTechnology, writing deep-dive features and investigative reports. Prior to joining Incisive Media, he was a senior associate editor covering the banking industry at American Banker. Before that, he was a sports reporter at daily newspaper The Journal News. You can reach him at [email protected] or at +646-490-3973.
As the startup expands the number of retailers it tracks and adds geolocation data to its offering, it will eventually deploy a PaaS model for do-it-yourself geospatial analytics.
It’s a trio of problems: Mifid II’s data problem; blockchain projects stalled; and data quality issues for machine learning.
Octavio Marenzi joins to talk about the web data extraction market and Anthony and James delve into Refinitiv.
As cybersecurity issues become more daunting, and as vendors collect more of our personal information, Anthony says we will need Congress to take more of an active role in protecting citizens’ information, even as they willingly give it away.
Also: A look at IHS Markit pulling MarkitSERV off the market and Algomi pivoting to Alfa.
The information provider will now keep MarkitSERV, despite putting it up for sale earlier this year.
Usman Khan sits down with WatersTechnology to discuss how the vendor will look to change course in 2019 and focus on the development of the Alfa platform.
A look at Nasdaq's potential acquisition of Cinnober and whether Wall Street has learned anything 10 years after Lehman's collapse?
In echo chambers, it’s easy to believe that we’re heading for a horrible ending as a species. Anthony argues that people need to take a deep breath and a step back.
Waters canvasses a range of industry opinion leaders about what the defining technologies of the next few decades will be.
Bloomberg's Gerard Francis comes on the podcast to talk about how data fragmentation issues are becoming more challenging.
Anthony Malakian and James Rundle record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology. This week: blockchain and politics.
The Trade Information Warehouse overhaul, which had been slated for late 2018, is now scheduled for February 2019.
MarkitSERV plans to retire DSMatch and fold MarkitWire and other products into cloud-based platform.
After speaking with C-level execs from across the industry, Anthony and James try and connect some dots as to which technologies will most influence the capital markets in the future.
Josephine Gallagher and Anthony Malakian examine the ETF market to see how tech and data are changing the space.
While IBM is set to open its 50-qubit prototype to partners early next year, the key for the company is improving qubit fidelity.
IBM’s Kathryn Guarini and Bob Sutor look at how banks are currently experimenting with quantum computers.
Greg Skibiski joins the podcast to give his views the alternative data space and where it's going.
The returns from ESG are undeniable, and in the world of Wall Street, that means more than partisan perspectives.
The latest major deal in the OMS space is valued at $1.45 billion.
Waters takes an in-depth look at the tie-up between two Boston giants, and examines who could be next in the latest phase of OMS provider consolidation.
There’s still a lot more to talk about when it comes to the order management system and bitcoin exchange-traded fund spaces.
Discovery represents the first integration of OTAS' technology after last year’s acquisition.