Josephine Gallagher is a European Reporter for WatersTechnology.com and Waters magazine, based in London. Prior to joining she was a content executive for a start-up tech company and previously worked as a reporter and intern for CNN International, London Live and the Irish regional broadcaster, Highland Radio. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a Language from the Dublin Institute of Technology.
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…
Banks are trying to split responsibility for their operating environments with the major cloud providers. Regulators are having none of it.
With over 25 years of experience in law and shaping regulatory policy, Nausicaa Delfas is tasked with one of the biggest challenges of her career yet—tackling Brexit.
Witad Awards 2019 Write-Ups: Market Data Professional of the Year—Emily Kasparov, SIP Operating Committees
Emily Kasparov, an associate general counsel and corporate secretary of NYSE’s Chicago Stock Exchange, wins this year's market data professional category.
Natasha Shamis, global head of product at Liquidnet, wins the technology leader of the year (vendor) category in the 2019 Witad Awards.
Witad Awards 2019 Write-Ups: Technology Innovator of the Year (Vendor)—Regina Williamson, London Stock Exchange Group
LSEG's Regina Williamson received the technology innovator of the year (vendor) category at this year's Women in Technology & Data Awards.
The firm will be authorized to operate its trading and reporting businesses from the Netherlands post-Brexit, enabling it to expand its footprint in the European markets.
In February, UK and EU regulators made announcements expected to shed light on the future of data sharing and alleviate some uncertainty post-Brexit, but industry experts say the latest statements fall short of lifting the real burden on affected firms.
UK and EU regulators agree to share data post-Brexit, but trading firms say this doesn’t go far enough.
Isda joins forces with AcadiaSoft as the industry prepares for the final phases of the initial margin deadlines.
The final phases of initial margin rules are expected to capture over the next two years more than 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms, which technology providers see as potential customers.
Months away from the UK’s departure from the EU, much of the industry is still in the dark over operational requirements post-Brexit, and time is running out.
The green light will enable the firms to continue serving their EU27 clients following Brexit.