Josephine Gallagher is a London-based Senior Reporter for WatersTechnology.com and the WatersTechnology magazine. Prior to joining she was a content producer for a start-up tech company and previously worked at CNN International and Highland Radio, an Irish radio broadcaster. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a Language from Technical University Dublin.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Josephine Gallagher explores some of the real-life applications of homomorphic encryption in development and the main roadblocks to its adoption.
The digital assistant is built on Symphony’s open-source technology and integrates with existing trader-dealer workflows.
Confluence has a big job ahead integrating StatPro’s various analytics tools.
Financial firms are pushing for a distributed market infrastructure model through efforts like Isda's Common Domain Model and distributed ledger technology.
The regulatory reporting utility product for fund managers is targeted to go live by mid-2020.
The Danish vendor is looking to partner with fintechs to allow for buy-side firms to benefit from minimal integrations and to reduce contractual barriers.
Industry experts voice concerns regarding the drafting of the regulation and the length of time to prepare, particularly as firms are still waiting on guidelines to be published.
Revamping systems for STP is more useful than robotics applied to limited aspects of operations and workflow.
The technology provider is using advanced techniques and encryption to enable institutions to share AI models.
US mortgage financing enterprise hopes to transition to a new digital system for its multi-family loans mortgage book in 12 to 15 months.
LSEG CIO Ann Neidenbach said London is ‘tapped out’ of cloud DevOps talent.
The LSEG has been involved in several failed international mergers over the last two decades, which begs the question: Is a merger even possible?