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.
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.
When it comes to market risk, the challenges—and solutions—facing all at present center on transparency. From closing loopholes that in the past allowed regulatory arbitrage, through to more accurately analyzing the market impact of a portfolio’s…
Tech giant FIS picks up the gong for the best over-the-counter (OTC) trading initiative this year for its Front Arena product, the second year in a row that it has won the award.
When it comes to the ultra-competitive world of swap execution facilities (SEFs), volume is king. But before the mandate to trade certain derivatives contracts through SEFs kicked in during early 2014, Tradeweb’s TW SEF didn’t look at first like it would…
Wei-Shen Wong joins to discuss the brewing battle between the SGX and NSE and Anthony and James look at Esma's shot at reporting platforms.
Reporting platforms told by regulator to substantially improve quality of publicly reported data.
Cboe's CIO joins the podcast to discuss the exchange's tech migrations after the Bats acquisition, and Anthony and James give a primer on GDPR.
Agency will step in and act where required, but the lion’s share of responsibility falls to venues.
Boost Research will aim to support sell-side veterans who set up their own shops.
Vendor will reposition financial businesses with move into alternatives and away from derivatives processing.
Partnership will see the launch of quoting for block orders in the first phase, with more planned over coming years.
Linedata's Dave Remy and Chris Condron discuss all things CQRS and James Rundle goes over some of the big news breaking in the crypto space.
The release of professional-grade services by the largest digital currency exchange demonstrates a breathless pace of growth that may be masking wider issues with the nascent asset class, traders suggest.
James and Anthony look at the main issues around CCP non-default losses, who should be responsible for these funds, and where this is all heading.