Wei-Shen joined WatersTechnology in June 2016, becoming the publication’s first full-time Asia-based reporter. Based out of Hong Kong, she writes for both Waters and Inside Data Management magazines, as well as the four subsites of WatersTechnology.com—Sell-Side Technology, Buy-Side Technology, Inside Reference Data and Inside Market Data. Prior to joining WatersTechnology, she was a journalist at Star Media Group in Malaysia. She has a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Auckland.
Sources tell WatersTechnology that Aladdin Trader will expand on the platform’s ‘limited’ execution functionality.
The team in London, plus Shen, gives an update on the rules all media relations teams should follow.
Bill Murphy, managing partner at Cresting Wave, is back to discuss the foundations necessary to leverage emerging technologies in the long run.
Yogita Mehta from SIX joins to discuss the biggest challenges firms face when dealing with corporate actions.
Adaptive Financial Consulting’s Matt Barrett joins the podcast to discuss how firms decide to build or buy.
Industry benchmarking body Stac reports audit findings on the latency and throughput of Raft Technologies’ Chicago-London links.
Standard Chartered’s David Sharratt joins the podcast to discuss creating data products.
As high-speed trading systems become par for the course, asset managers turn their focus to integration capabilities, according to a new study.
David Hardoon returns to talk about the field of language and how it’s the ‘heart and soul’ of artificial intelligence.
Steve Rubinow joins the podcast to discuss artificial intelligence and the hype cycle of generative AI.
Wei-Shen examines how exchanges are branching out and pursuing new ventures that could bring them fresh revenue streams.
Tech giant’s cloud computing arm grew customer base in Q2 despite cost-cutting among users
The exchange group wants to be at the forefront of the emerging technology field and has extended its partnership with Google into AI.
Buy-side firms see outsourced trading as a way to simplify their operating model, while custodians see an opportunity to sell bundled services.
Data mapping and getting historical time series data are among the challenges banks face in conducting calculations necessary for FRTB. But they have help.