Emilia is a staff writer for Waters based in New York. Before joining Waters, she was a reporter for American Metal Market covering the steel industry. A graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, she also served as a reporter covering technology, energy and trade with BusinessWorld in the Philippines. Her work has appeared in CNBC.com, DNAinfo, and the Philippine Daily Inquirer. She can be reached by email at [email protected] or by phone at (646) 755-7377.
For the past few years, the best cloud provider to the sell side category has been won by one company—BT—for its Radianz Cloud suite, and this year is no different.
For the third year in a row, Broadridge has won the best outsourcing provider to the sell side category in the Sell-Side Technology Awards.
Pragma Securities wins this year’s best front-office execution platform category, thanks to Pragma 360, dethroning the winner for the past three years, Fidessa.
Coming off its win as the most promising startup in 2017, OpenDoor Trading is back in the SST Awards winners’ circle as this year’s best sell-side newcomer. Last year, it was IHS Markit who won the category.
AxiomSL launched its new cloud solution for material nonpublic information for regulatory and risk reporting to make it easier for clients to access information.
Blockchain proponents say the technology will evolve and may beat back the decryption threat posed by quantum computing.
The solution will be integrated into Axioma's end-to-end regulatory reporting platform.
The patent covers the process of proxy and repo processing through a permissioned blockchain.
Broker-dealers should look into gathering data that may be reported into the CAT even before the system goes live for its own internal purposes, experts say.
DTCC will focus on settlement optimization, looking to reengineer how it processes trades before end of day.
A higher budget, on the other hand, could bring in extra staff to monitor clearinghouses and fraud manipulation in crypto markets, says CFTC commissioner Quintenz.
As the field of AI expands across the capital markets, should developers be required to take social science classes? Emilia David examines.
Mark Montgomery will hold a key role in strategy and business development.
Regulators are more engaged with meeting with fintech firms to understand how they can work with AI for compliance.
The use of natural language generation to summarize research data increases engagement, according to speakers at this year's North American Innovation Summit, although true insights are still hard to glean.
The two new firms, Reg&Tech and Baymarkets, will focus on regulatory technology and clearing solutions, respectively.
The platform uses deep learning algorithms to monitor and map potential threats.
Expanding the service brings more efficiency to the system, both firms say.