Victor Anderson is editor-in-chief of Waters magazine and WatersTechnology. He joined the Risk Waters Group, now part of Incisive Media, in 2001. Victor was born and grew up in South Africa and was an English, History of Art and Director of Sports teacher before making the change to journalism. Before leaving South Africa, while working for Redsand Publishing, he edited a number of magazines for the United Cricket Board of South Africa, the South African Rugby Football Union, and the Professional Golfers' Association of South Africa.
SS&C Advent won the best accounting system provider category in this year’s Waters Rankings thanks to two products—Geneva and Advent Portfolio Exchange—that it inherited as part of its July 2015 acquisition of Advent Software. Victor Anderson chats to…
Waters speaks with Credit Suisse's technology chief about her career, and how the Swiss bank is grappling with innovation in an era of emerging technologies.
Andreas Burner, head of SmartStream's Viennese Innovation Lab, chats to Victor Anderson about innovation in general, and how SmartStream as an organization goes about fostering innovation.
This year, Waters celebrates the 25th anniversary of its founding. Victor looks back at a number of the seminal moments in its history and the staff members who helped shape the publication.
The 2018 Waters Rankings featured a number of entrants that traded places by emerging top in categories they hadn’t previously won.
SmartStream Technologies won the best corporate actions solution provider category in this year’s Waters Rankings, thanks to its TLM Corporate Actions platform. Victor Anderson chats to Adam Cottingham, product manager of TLM Corporate Actions, about…
Andreas Burner and Victor Anderson discuss the details around SmartStream's recently launched innovation lab in Vienna and what innovation means to a firm like SmartStream.
Vendor's new CEO pushes forward with new clients and new technology in troubled times for traditional asset managers.
Women are playing an increasingly influential role across all types of capital markets firms and the third-party technology providers serving them. Here are six stories focusing on extraordinary women in our industry.
The Market Abuse Regulation was designed to detect and deal with various forms of market abuse, including insider trading and market manipulation, forcing buy-side firms to deploy new technologies in order to comply.
Victor argues that the definition of artificial intelligence is far less important than its applications in financial services.
Here are the write-ups of the 32 category winners from this year's Sell-Side Technology Awards held in London on April 20.