A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The bank and Charles River are planning the next phase of enhancements to the Alpha trading platform.
The nonprofit is reaching out to regulators to determine where open source could ease regulatory burdens on financial institutions, while keeping them competitive with tech companies.
As CAT reporting activity picks up, error rates have somewhat surprisingly been well below what was expected in the testing and production environments.
Two former Fidessa employees are working with Glue42, which in turn is working with Fidessa and Ion, on bringing interoperability to the OMS space.
The Chicago-based exchange has also released its first integrated solution with risk analytics provider Hanweck, which it acquired in February.
FactSet is the first major data provider to make content available via the cloud-based data-warehousing platform.
For good reason, machine learning has a highly technical focus. But less talked-about challenges lie in managing the human capital and workflows associated with the tech.
The product combines emerging technologies to offer speed, scale, and new perspectives on credit spreads and portfolio performance by overlaying financial data with alt data.
Unprecedented volatility in March is leading the bank to double down on its AI systems in a big way.
Highlights from the past week's financial technology news.
With the uncleared margin rules deadline extended, firms have an additional year to prepare, but they must do so while navigating the coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout.
As the private markets grow, so does investor appetite for them, particularly as public markets hurt. Emerging technologies are helping.
Financial industry experts say the time to start future-proofing was yesterday.
The ESG data space has seen a fair amount of M&A activity in recent years, and that is likely to continue, sources say.