Joanna Wright is reporter at Waters Technology, where she covers aspects of financial services of interest to reference data professionals – from product releases to regulatory issues. She was born in South Africa, and began her journalism career as a sub-editor at newspapers there. Before moving to London, she gained business reporting experience in a number of industries and topics, including media, advertising and tech, and large-scale infrastructure projects in pioneer markets.
Petition for Chicago programmer Jitesh Thakkar nears its goal as industry worries about precedent CFTC enforcement case could set.
Banks are showing interest in solutions based on homomorphic encryption, including for sharing information on cybercrime. Jo takes a look at what this technology is, and if these solutions can be commercially viable.
Confluence has a big job ahead integrating StatPro’s various analytics tools.
Anna task force explores how Isins can be extended to digital assets such as tokenized securities and cryptocurrencies
Jo says there are some basic standards that must be finalized before socially responsible investing takes off.
Financial firms must maintain a register of all outsourced critical functions under new guidelines now in effect in Europe.
A look at how regulators could approach supervising public cloud companies in the future.
The new service for traders employs time series analysis to forecast rates for securities lending.
The exchange and data provider says purchase of market sentiment index from BAML is a natural next step.
What does the bourse’s planned purchase of the data giant mean for clients and the industry going forward?
Finance firms and regulators are beginning to assess the ethical implications of artificial intelligence.
Artificially intelligent algorithms are not infallible—as Jo Wright explains, it’s quite the opposite.