James is the editor of Waters and WatersTechnology.com, based in New York City. Previously, he covered derivatives, technology and market structure for Risk.net, Financial News and the Wall Street Journal. He can be reached by email at [email protected]nfopro-digital.com, by phone on +1-646-490-3974, or via Twitter at @JimRundle.
Buy-side users of research platform are now able to book analyst meetings and conduct them with full audit trail.
Startup signs major data deal for cloud-based portfolio management.
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.
Problems and bad practices continue to plague Europe's vision of a new transparency regime. An inside look.
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.
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.
The information and trading technology giant has registered a Netherlands-based entity for its trading platform.
Digital currencies themselves do not qualify as investment contracts, regulator says, but could when packaged.
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 LSE suffered a major outage this week while blockchain was very prevalent in this week's headlines.
London bourse's trading delay was the first such disruption in years.
The fixed-income specialist has been appointed to the chief executive role at the fintech firm.
Data shows drop in commission costs as unbundling rules take hold, furthering decline caused by electronic execution.
In contrast to the market risk award, which has changed hands every year since the Sell-Side Technology Awards started in 2013, there has only ever been one winner of its sister category in credit risk—Numerix. There’s a reason for that—none come close…
Unsurprisingly, Nasdaq handily beat out the competition in the surveillance category this year to take home the award, which it has won every year since 2014 in this program.
Once regarded as little more than a reporting platform, UnaVista has become a powerhouse in its own right over recent years, as regulations have continued to force a focus on transparency on pre-trade, at-trade and post-trade levels.