Hamad Ali is a European staff writer at Waters, based in London. Previously, he worked as a research journalist in the European IT and telecommunications sector. He has written for different publications, including Gulf News, The Guardian, The Scotsman and The Independent. He can be reached by email on [email protected], or on Twitter at @Hamad_Ali.
The Seychelles-based exchange finalizes IT and regulatory approvals ahead of launching the first listed security recorded in distributed ledger.
LSEG is seeing interest from the crypto market for help with technology and connectivity.
Caspian's Chris Jenkins says the crypto space is still struggling to attract institutional clients, who want greater regulatory guidance.
Marc Mercuri of Microsoft explains where the tech giant sees room for blockchain solutions in the future.
ISDA's Common Domain Model (CDM. 2.0) aims to standarize regulatory reporting and bring greater automation to derivatives trading.
As some firms are pushing forward with blockchain projects, others are saying it's not yet ready for prime time.
Traders in Europe face rising data acquisition costs and increasing regulatory reporting pressures argue that a pan-European consolidated tape is long overdue.
As European market participants bemoan the lack of a consolidated tape, a senior SEC executive debunks the idea that a pan-European tape, similar to the US, will resolve issues around data access and costs.
The planned exchange will source its trading platform from Euronext and is expected to announce more technology partnerships.
London-based Duco pulls off a reconciliations “double-double”: back-to-back wins in the SST Awards and BST Awards.
Jersey City-based IPC Systems wins yet another trading communications-related award this year, thanks to its flagship offering, Unigy.
Caplin Systems is back in the SST Awards winners' circle, taking home the title for the best mobile initiative.
SIX wins the best sell-side compliance product category at this year's SST Awards, thanks to its Sanctions Securities Monitoring Service.
The transition away from Libor is a mammoth task for the banking sector—one that the industry is increasingly finding itself woefully unprepared for. By Hamad Ali
The technology giant is rolling out tools to asset managers who need to use machine learning but have limited in-house experience.
While the large-scale exchange mergers of yesteryear may be over for now, regional bourses are still finding themselves in the M&A crosshairs. Yet for those operators that pick up smaller rivals, technology and data integration often prove to be trickier…