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.
This year's Women in Technology and Data Awards featured 23 individual recipients and one company: Tata Consultancy Services.
UK-based asset manager Schroders won two categories at this year’s Women in Technology and Data Awards: EDM professional of the year and reference data professional of the year, won by Georgia Prothero and Aouda Bellout, respectively. Victor Anderson…
Mifid II highlights the critical role of legal, compliance and regulatory professionals. Jennifer Keser, director of regulation and market structure at Tradeweb and winner of the legal/compliance professional of the year award, was tasked with ensuring a…
Witad Awards 2018 Write-Ups: Vendor Professional of the Year—Veronica Augustsson, Cinnober Financial Technology
All CEOs of capital markets technology firms are busy people—that goes with the territory. But for Veronica Augustsson, CEO of Stockholm-based Cinnober Financial Technology and winner of the vendor professional of the year award, 2017 was an exceptional…
Witad Awards 2018 Write-Ups: Vendor Partnership or Alliance Professional of the Year—Wendy Collins, UnaVista (LSEG)
Wendy Collins, managing director, global strategic partnerships at UnaVista, an operating unit of the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), wins this year’s vendor partnership or alliance professional category, thanks to her contribution to establishing…
Debra Walton, global managing director, customer proposition, financial and risk at Thomson Reuters, is the first recipient of one of the two highest-profile awards of the Women in Technology and Data Awards, the other being WatersTechnology’s woman of…
Sallianne Taylor, Bloomberg’s head of strategic alliances in the firm’s global data group, wins this year’s highest-profile award due in no small part to her astonishing 30-year career at the firm. She currently manages Bloomberg’s strategic…
The DTCC's Jennifer Peve, co-head of the firm's Office of Fintech Strategy, won the technology innovator of the year (vendor) category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards.
UnaVista's Wendy Collins, managing director of global strategic partnerships, is the first recipient of the vendor partnership or alliance professional category at the Women in Technology and Data Awards.
Hella Hoffmann, a data scientist at Thomson Reuters Labs, won the rising star (vendor) category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held on the afternoon of March 9 in London.
Schroders' Aouda Bellout won the reference data professional of the year category at this year's London-hosted Women in Technology and Data Awards held on March 9.
Tradeweb's Jennifer Keser won the legal/compliance professional of the year category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held in London.
Bloomberg's Sallianne Taylor won the final category of this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards in London - the woman of the year award.
Schroders' Georgia Prothero won the EDM professional of the year category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held in London.
Thomson Reuters' Debra Walton won the Traiblazer (lifetime achievement) category at the inaugural Women in Technology and Data Awards.
The winners of the 24 categories making up this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards were announced on Friday March 9 at a luncheon in London.
“Changing the culture of a large organization is hard and takes time. It is a battle you must fight on many fronts. The obstacle is not new technology—it is the willingness to try a new approach."
Victor Anderson, editor-in-chief of Waters, joins the podcast to discuss Temenos’ potential acquisition of Fidessa.
Despite a few teething problems, Victor says Mifid II, which took effect on January 3 this year, is a net positive for the capital markets.
Below are the shortlisted entries to the 23 categories making up this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards, to be held in London on March 9.
AFTAs 2017: Best New Technology Introduced Over the Last 12 Months: Middle and Back Office—AdvantageData
AdvantageData Inc. (ADI) wins its first category at the AFTAs thanks to its Middle Market Loan Advantage offering, which saw off a handful of entries in this new category. The Boston-based firm, founded back in 1997, initially focused on providing cross…
AFTAs 2017: Best New Technology Introduced Over the Last 12 Months: Risk/Compliance and Reporting—AQMetrics
AQMetrics, headquartered just west of Dublin, Ireland, wins its first AFTA, beating 11 other outstanding entries in this category, thanks to the work it has done over the course of the last 12 months in enhancing the functionality of its approved…