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 email@example.com or at +646-490-3973.
Because it’s easier to switch tech providers, and because the pandemic is helping to push firms to want tools delivered as a service, and because of new rules, and because of mounting challenges from startup fintech companies, Anthony says that incumbent…
After pairings of the Options-Activ, Exegy-Vela, and now Pico-Redline, Anthony wonders whether the next wave of consolidation will involve the biggest tech and market data players.
To show how ML and NLP are spreading across the industry, WatersTechnology highlights 20 stories from the last 12 months that feature unique uses of AI.
This week, Tony and Shen rant about dealing with Covid. No tech here, folks. Merry Christmas!
In Anthony’s mind, eight topics will dominate the headlines in the New Year. They are…
Jennifer Peve, managing director and head of strategy and business development at DTCC, discusses the Digital Securities Management (DSM) platform the firm is working on for US private markets.
Bill Murphy, managing partner at Cresting Wave, is back on the podcast with Tony to talk about innovation discovery.
As data and analytics change, so too must the CDO function. Anthony also looks at the appointment of Lynn Martin as president of NYSE.
After the European Commission released its proposal for an EU consolidated tape last week, Anthony explores some of the unanswered questions that still linger and what the greatest roadblocks appear to be.
Garry Cooper, CEO and co-founder at Rheaply, joins the podcast to discuss the circular economy and how technology plays a part.
Anthony looks at how Nasdaq's Quandl strategy ties into other trends spreading through the market.
IBM’s general manager of global banking and financial markets joins the podcast to talk about the importance of modernizing mainframes.
Once the target for acquisition, Trading Technologies is now on the lookout for companies it will look to acquire to expand its asset class coverage. Anthony explores what that might mean for the industry.
Financial services firms are increasingly embracing public cloud offerings, but there have been stumbles along the way, including around scalability, throttling, and a lack of true multi-cloud connectedness. These are lessons that must be learned if…
Digital Asset has slowly expanded its influence with exchanges in the APAC region, and this year has made additional inroads in the US and Europe. Anthony examines the company's wins and losses over the last seven years.
Geoff Horrell talks about the Lab’s innovation strategy after the Refinitiv acquisition, deep learning, and the ideation process.
Anthony explains that Wall Street is too cookie-cutter when it comes to producing and attracting talent. As tech keeps on rapidly evolving, banks and asset managers are going to need to look beyond the usual ranks to find specialist skills.
Anthony says that banks should be more concerned with cleaning up the technical debt accumulated in the back office, rather than dumping money into bleeding-edge technologies.
Lou Maiuri, chief operating officer at State Street, joins the podcast to discuss State Street’s acquisition of Brown Brothers Harriman’s Investor Services business.
Bloomberg, Broadridge, and Finra have all recently made news in the world of standards and identifiers. Anthony looks at some of the questions the reporters at WatersTechnology will be asking going forward.
Based off of Max Bowie’s recent deep-dive feature, Anthony says that the world of alt data M&A—and the factors that drive these deals—is likely to change in the near future. For an analogy, just look to sushi.
Anthony looks at some recent developments in the low-code and no-code spaces, and tries to better understand what’s hype and what’s reality.
Anthony looks at what he thinks will be the biggest topics during the last quarter of 2021.