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Pete Cherecwich, president of asset servicing at Northern Trust, is back on the podcast to discuss outsourced trading.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Sanjna Parasrampuria, head of Refinitiv Labs in Asia discusses the technology behind sifting through unstructured data.
Marshall Saffer, vice president and head of Americas sales at Hazeltree, discusses how Covid-19 has affected the treasury management space.
The platform will initially target the HFT crowd, as well those looking to better understand market microstructure in equities.
Bloomberg’s Gerard Francis is back on the podcast to discuss cloud computing and accessibility of data.
As the fight over market data fees in the futures market heats up, the Chicago-based trading platform provider is rolling out a new platform that provides a free view of market order flow for TT platform users.
Wei-Shen and Tony discuss putting employees first when planning a return to the office.
The ESG space is gaining attention as asset managers try to navigate today's volatile markets. Andre Bertolotti believes this to be more than fad.
CEO of ITRS Group, Guy Warren, joins the podcast to talk about capacity planning and overspending for cloud services.
AR and VR tools have proven useful in other sectors, but will the pandemic help or hurt their future Wall Street chances?
Refinitiv's John Walsh joins the podcast to talk about alternative data, Covid-19 and data regulation.
RFA’s George Ralph joins the podcast to discuss challenges around vendor due diligence during the pandemic.
The ESG data space has seen a fair amount of M&A activity in recent years, and that is likely to continue, sources say.