Eliot Raman Jones
Eliot is a reporter for WatersTechnology. Prior to joining WatersTechnology in 2022, he attended Cardiff University where he graduated with an MA in News Journalism along with a diploma from the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ). You can reach him at email@example.com or at +44 20 7316 9219.
John Ameriks, head of Vanguard’s Quantitative Equity Group, explains the rationale behind dataset selection and how the group has been using machine learning.
The London-based market data provider is aiming to provide higher quality data than its new competitors, but it faces an uphill battle.
Between tech revolutions, secret EMSs and electronified bonds, the fixed-income market saw major advancements over the last 12 months
The market data vendor plans to add more equities and futures exchanges in 2024.
A few buy-side traders and portfolio managers spearheading a drive for greater interoperability are reaping the rewards of increased workplace efficiency. Is interoperability the fixed-income panacea the buy side has been looking for?
The team in London, plus Shen, gives an update on the rules all media relations teams should follow.
Technological innovation doesn’t always reap promised rewards. RBC’s head of cloud engineering talks about why the Canadian bank’s hybrid cloud strategy worked, and how it is approaching generative AI.
The German exchange also plans to have 70% of its ‘IT state’ in the cloud by 2026.
Some banks have soured on quantum exploration. Others are playing a game of wait and see.
LTX has pinned its hopes of breaking into the fixed-income market on innovative use of AI. But how successful has its approach been, and what is it up against?
Virtu disputes the regulator’s claim that employees had ‘unfettered’ access to consumer data.
JP Morgan Chase, which has spent more than $15 billion this year on technology, intends to invest even more to compete against tech behemoths.
Tech giant quells fears over a Skynet-style reality, stressing a risk-based approach to AI usage during a panel in London on Thursday.
The Gensler administration has ruffled feathers in the broker-dealer community with a new proposal seeking to limit their use of predictive data analytics. But at the heart of this deal is something far more seismic: one of the first attempts by the SEC…
The collaboration comes as part of both companies’ desire to eliminate end users’ need for intensive data engineering, as well as costly in-house data storage.
Vanguard and others are building tools that “nudge” investors to make better investment decisions.
The company’s Q4 call also hinted at developments in its use of AI in fixed income markets.
With Acadia integration now complete, exchange group signals next steps in its Microsoft tie-up and announces launch of new FX matching platform later this year
Six months on from its Microsoft tie-up, LSEG is optimistic about creating a trusted directory for the financial services industry. But it has competition.
Data mapping and getting historical time series data are among the challenges banks face in conducting calculations necessary for FRTB. But they have help.
Amid renewed interest in the bond market, big firms are making strategic acquisitions to get in on the action.