Editor, Inside Reference Data, Infopro Digital Services Ltd
Jamie is editor of Inside Reference Data and deputy editor of Inside Data Management, based in London. She graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has nearly two decades of media experience. Prior to joining IDM, Jamie managed the online strategy and content for an LGBT publication located in Orlando, Florida. Jamie lives with her husband and two sons and in her limited free time enjoys travelling, obsessing over her library queue and playing roller derby. She can be reached by email at [email protected]
As the industry navigates new responsibilities surrounding systematic internalizer rules under Mifid II, QuantHouse argues that APIs hold the key to compliance with minimal maintenance. Jamie Hyman reports.
GoldenSource CEO John Eley comes clean about the strategies behind the firm’s bigger market share, and tells Jamie Hyman how it pinpointed what would reflect industry needs, what it changed, and how he and his management team have shored GoldenSource up…
Former EDM Council chair John Bottega takes over from Mike Atkin, who will shift his focus to research and education.
AxiomSL aims to expand reach in the region via GridCon partnership.
Asset Control’s DataScope Plus loader will deliver reference and pricing data fields to Thomson Reuters’ reference data solution.
While buy- and sell-side firms grapple with the reporting obligations imposed on so-called systematic internalizers under Mifid II, the number of registered SIs continues to grow. Jamie Hyman investigates why more firms are opting in to the designation…
Thomson Reuters has enhanced the reference data tools on its DataScope platform with the aim of helping clients' Mifid II compliance efforts.
London Stock Exchange subsidiaries join forces for regulatory reporting tool ahead of SFTR.
London-based NEX Regulatory Reporting plans to become an SFTR trade repository ahead of a dedicated reporting solution.
A report on WatersTechnology's first-ever webinar on workplace equality
The London Stock Exchange Group is working with APRI Systems to issue and maintain Legal Entity Identifiers in Australia and southeast Asia.
Tech vendor Axiom predicts hefty GDPR spend on contract analysis alone, launches compliance solution.
Asset Control has picked Santa Clara, Calif.-based DataStax to power development of new data management services.
Costs associated with KYC continue to climb—a Thomson Reuters survey shows large financial institutions are spending $150 million on compliance in 2017.
EDM Council releases new version of FIBO that takes account of Semantic Web standards.
Laszlo Korsos, who left Uber to join Citadel in July, has reportedly left his position as chief data officer at the investment firm.
UK regulator's Mifid coordinator underscores message from European Commission earlier this month: no further delays to deadline. However, enforcement will be targeted.