Anthony joined WatersTechnology in October 2009. He is the Editor-in-Chief of WatersTechnology Group, running all editorial operations for the publication. Prior to joining WatersTechnology, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or at +646-490-3973.
In the wake of the Ion hack, regulators are pushing for firms to beef up their cyber defenses. Anthony says that they'll need to mind their words and tread carefully, as cloud, machine learning and open source take off.
Tony, Shen, and Reb discuss the future state of industry conferences.
Neema Raphael, CDO and head of data engineering for Goldman Sachs, explains what he believes it means for a firm to be data driven.
Anthony says Numerix’s acquisition of Fincad is indicative of where technology development in the capital markets is heading.
As fines levied by the FCA and SEC rise, so too has spending on 'regtech.' But Anthony warns that for the regtech space to evolve further in the future, it must first initiate changes to its ecosystem.
Broadridge’s CTO Tyler Derr joins the podcast to talk about interoperability, blockchain, and other emerging tech.
With the ASX Chess DLT failure and users ignoring DTCC’s DLT option for its Trade Information Warehouse, Anthony wonders what it will take for the industry to stop touting this buzzword for non-specialized needs.
Wei-Shen and Tony take a look at what’s to come at the North American Financial Information Summit (Nafis).
After the latest 'crisis' that claimed Silicon Valley Bank, Credit Suisse and others, Anthony questions whether anyone will learn a lesson.
As banks clamp down on large language models like ChatGPT, Anthony says that CDOs can help firms experiment with these chatbots while developing the proper governance structures.
While the companies that oversee Cusips find themselves embroiled in a lawsuit, Anthony questions where the DTCC stands in this unfolding drama.
Jerome Kemp of Baton Systems joins the podcast to discuss DLT in post-trade.
Stephen Richardson, head of Apac and senior vice president of financial markets at Fireblocks, joins the podcast to chat about multi-signature and multiparty computation technology.
SteelEye CEO Matt Smith talks on the podcast about the regulatory landscape for electronic and voice communications compliance.
While much attention has been given to cloud, AI, blockchain and other buzzwords, without a proper data foundation, those tools will not deliver the results that have been promised.
As the December holiday break loomed, a new tool released by OpenAI had engineers, analysts, programmers and even writers like Anthony wondering what the future of their professions might hold.
Following LSEG’s partnership with Microsoft, Anthony talks with some industry participants to explore what this might mean for exchange tech going forward.
This week, Andrea Gentilini, head of SEI Novus, joins the podcast to discuss how the buy side evaluates their skillsets.
Rishi Nangalia and Nilesh Nanavati, founding partners of advisory firm OpCo, say that while consortium projects are popular in the capital markets, most fail to get off the ground. Can that be prevented?
The future of exchange technology resides in the cloud…not blockchain. Anthony says ASX proved this with its Chess replacement project.
This week, Spencer Lee, chief markets officer at TS Imagine, joins Tony on the podcast to discuss execution issues and innovation within the fixed income space.
As banks and asset managers move more workloads to the cloud, they’re trying to find ways to cooperate to cut costs and exert more influence over the likes of AWS, Google and Microsoft. Anthony wonders if these early efforts will yield beneficial results…
Industry veterans says there’s a dearth of market data management talent in the lower ranks. Following Max Bowie’s coverage, Anthony explores some other reasons for this brain drain.