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A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
FIS is looking to integrate Virtus technology platforms into its back-office solutions.
Sources say broker-dealers have not yet signed an agreement allowing them access to the test environment.
SEI will work with other companies to build third-party applications connecting to its wealth platform.
Planned upgrades for 2020 include more data on graphs and new machine learning models.
The regulator's goal is to decrease the back and forth during reporting and predict misreporting.
The company also tapped an independent party to conduct speed tests on its platform.
The company plans to test machine-learning models in the coming months to automatically fix IT system fragmentation.
The EMS provider is looking to build out its suite of solutions for the buy side, including a new algo wheel and visualization tools.
Northern Trust is doubling down on outsourced trading as asset managers face more margin pressures.
FIrm unveils new applications and features for the platform during its annual Innovate conference.
As passive strategies and fee compression cut into active returns, buy-side firms are turning to internally generated data.
The new modules are expected to be released in the second quarter of 2020.
Tradewind is also considering covering assets other than precious metals.