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.
Emerging technology could fall outside the regulatory perimeter, and could be impossible for outsiders to fully comprehend.
Panelists at Risk USA discussed electronification’s slow advancement in fixed income, and debated just how necessary it is.
This week Anthony and James discuss some of the major stories to come out of three major conferences.
Two buy-side risk officers believe that the SEC put too much faith in the vendor community when making its liquidity rules, specifically for fixed income.
While at Sibos Toronto, James shares some interviews covering topics on blockchain, fintechs and cybersecurity.
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.
The French bank looks to make a "big" acquisition, and will go live with an internal blockchain for corporate actions within "weeks."
In addition to bolstering its research capabilities, the company is also turning to artificial intelligence to revamp its trading platform.
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.
Senior technologists talk about the difficulties in retaining talent and the programs they’re implementing to stem the outflow of technologists from their firms.
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.
While much of the talk about machine-learning technology in capital markets is overblown, there’s no question that these tools are set to become increasingly prevalent over the coming years. Anthony Malakian takes stock of where the industry stands based…
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.
IDC estimates that the market for machine learning-related technology will increase from $12.5 billion in 2017 to more than $46 billion in 2020.
The Millennium Exchange platform replaces BYMA's internally-built legacy platform.
James talks about his trip to Chicago and some of the interesting topics that came up (including a look at disaster recovery demands). Then Anthony and James touch on ISDA's initial margin rules, with Phase 3 going live next year.
Next September, Phase 3 firms will be required to post initial margin for all non-cleared derivatives transactions.
Joakim Strid joins the podcast to discuss how Nasdaq is deploying machine-learning techniques for surveillance. Then Emilia David joins the podcast to discuss T+2’s launch in the US, Canada, Mexico and Peru.
Through the pairing, IMP will use UnaVista's testing environment to help North American asset managers prepare for stringent new reporting requirements.
Anthony Malakian looks at a dozen live projects in the capital markets that use machine-learning tools to improve front-, middle-, and back-office processes.