Anthony joined Waters in October 2009. He is the Editor-in-Chief of WatersTechnology Group, running all editorial operations for the publication. Prior to joining Waters, 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.
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.
Anthony and James spoke with some sources about the big acquisition of Charles River by State Street, and right now, there are more questions than answers.
Anthony and James take a look at the interdealer broker space and quickly hit on whether or not bitcoin ETFs are to come in the near future.
Eze Software’s Phil Christianson gives five tips for improving a firm’s use of the Agile methodology, and Anthony and James look at the latest CAT development.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 127: Digital Reasoning’s New AI Product; A Look at the July Issue of Waters
After an investment to improve the podcast's sound quality, Anthony and James talk about Digital Reasoning's latest move and preview the next issue of Waters.
To solve the old needle-in-a-haystack problem, Digital Reasoning is developing a tool dubbed Cognition to improve the training process for machine-learning models.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 126: Brexit Fallout; the SGX-NSE Battle Continues; Cellphone Location Data
Anthony and James hit on a wide-range of topics, from Brexit in the UK, to the SGX-NSE fight in APAC, to the Supreme Court's decision on cellphone location data in the US.
IBM has enhanced its regtech suite of services, including the integration of Armanta’s platform after the May acquisition.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 125: Bitcoin, Ether Aren't Securities (Maybe); Privacy Issues and the Law
The SEC takes a definitive stance on the status of cryptocurrencies; the idea of privacy consistently changes with the introduction of new technologies.
The relatively nascent alternative data industry is creating challenges for asset managers, specifically when it comes to a lack of historical data and a lack of talent that can interrogate the data.
Does Privacy Exist Anymore? As people willingly give up their personal information, GDPR might be a step in a necessary direction.
The LSE suffered a major outage this week while blockchain was very prevalent in this week's headlines.
Two firms are already live on the platform, with another three soon to be up and running.
Wei-Shen Wong joins to discuss the brewing battle between the SGX and NSE and Anthony and James look at Esma's shot at reporting platforms.
In addition to going live with its blockchain, the trust company has netted an additional $65 million in Series B funding.
Compliance officers say they are increasingly looking at AI-powered tools to help with things like surveillance, reporting and fraud monitoring.